Court Analyzes When Statute of Limitations Begins Running

  • Written by D. Scott Anderson for The National Law Review

Last week, a federal court in Nevada dismissed FCRA claims for the plaintiff’s failure to file within the statute of limitations.  Carrington v. Santander Consumer U.S.A., Inc., No. 2:17-cv-00038-KJD-NJK, 2018 WL 4682319 (D. Nev. Sept. 28, 2018).  The opinion reminds plaintiffs of the importance of timely filing their claims and reminds defendants of a useful doctrine for the early dismissal of FCRA claims in certain situations.  The court provided all litigants with a fairly straightforward analysis of when a FCRA statute of limitations begins to run.

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