“D.C. District Court Denies Motion To Compel Arbitration Of FCRA Claim Due to Insufficient Declaration”

Sarah Meyer of Womble Bond Dickinson has this article in JD Supra, discussing the recent decision in Proctor v. First Premier Corp., 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 6502 (D.D.C. Jan. 13, 2021), denying a motion to compel arbitration “in a Fair Credit Reporting Act case, on the grounds that First Premier did not sufficiently establish that the card agreement containing the arbitration clause was mailed to the cardholder.”

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