County Clerk in New York Lacked Standing to Challenge State’s Driver’s License Access and Privacy Act on Preemption Grounds, Holds Second Circuit

In Kearns v. Cuomo, No. 19-3769 (2d Cir. Nov. 30, 2020), the Second Circuit holds that a county clerk failed to allege an Article III injury in a case that claimed a conflict between the demands of the federal Immigration and Nationality Act and a state law that restricts disclosure of data gathered from driver’sContinue reading “County Clerk in New York Lacked Standing to Challenge State’s Driver’s License Access and Privacy Act on Preemption Grounds, Holds Second Circuit”

$6.3MM FACTA Class Settlement Flushed on Spokeo Standing Grounds by En Banc Eleventh Circuit

In Muransky v. Godiva Chocolatier, Inc.,  No. 16-16486 (11th Cir. Oct. 28, 2020) (en banc), a 7-3 court (with two absententions) tossed a Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) settlement on the ground that the class representative did not allege a concrete injury from having too much of his credit card number printed onContinue reading “$6.3MM FACTA Class Settlement Flushed on Spokeo Standing Grounds by En Banc Eleventh Circuit”