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2020
In June 2020, Melissa Somosky filed suit against CDIA in federal court in New York, alleging violations of federal antitrust law.
In October 2019, CDIA filed suit against the State of New Jersey challenging the validity of a new law that seeks to impose obligations on the nationwide consumer reporting agencies to provide credit reports to consumers in New Jersey in at least 11 languages other than English.
In late-September, CDIA filed suit against the State of Maine challenging the validity of two new provisions of state law that (1) Change the way medical debt is reported to credit bureaus; and (2) Limit the reporting of adverse information about a consumer if that consumer was a victim of economic abuse.
In September 2019, CDIA filed suit against the State of Texas challenging the validity of a law that changes the way medical debt is reported to credit bureaus.
In 2012, following an appeal by CDIA, CDIA successfully invalidated a New Mexico law that could have increased credit repair.
In 2009, CDIA successfully sued New Jersey over a law that would have prevented credit bureaus from sharing information with mortgage lenders that help save consumers money as they shop for a new or refinance mortgage.
In 2007, CDIA successfully sued Minnesota over a law that would have prevented credit bureaus from sharing information with mortgage lenders that help save consumers money as they shop for a new or refinance mortgage.