A Law 360 story (paywall) reported on a new Lex Machina study showing “litigation under the FCRA has soared, with claims nearly tripling over the last decade and peaking at 4,363 in 2020.”  The ever-increasing claims by plaintiff attorneys under the FCRA are not a surprise since the statute incentivizes litigation.  Unlike other federal consumer protection laws, the FCRA has no cap on class action damages.  A public site graphically illustrates the steady upturn in FCRA litigation.