Matthew A. Dooley Argues for Consumers’ Rights to the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeal

In the United States Court of Appeals  for the 7th Circuit Shameca S. Robertson v. Allied Solutions, Inc. - Case No. 17-3196 On February 20, 2018, Matthew A. Dooley argued for job applicants' right to obtain a copy of their background checks if the report were requested and used to make decisions against them: https://www.law360.com/articles/1014172/7th-circ-urged-to-revive-class-suit-over-background-checks
Court Grants Preliminary Approval of Class Action Settlement Against New England Motor Freight

Court Grants Preliminary Approval of Class Action Settlement Against New England Motor Freight

A federal court in New Jersey granted preliminary approval of a class action settlement filed by Leonard Smith against New England Motor Freight.  Mr. Smith alleged that NEMF violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act in the course of using pre-employment background checks to screen job applicants.  In his case, the report was grossly inaccurate, and as[...]