The Northern District of Georgia May Change Legal Landscape of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act Claims [2015 GDLA Law Journal]

Jennifer Kennedy-Coggins and V. Morgan Carroll discuss the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act and will examine the potential coverage available for FACTA violations under Georgia Law in the 2015 Georgia Defense Lawyers Association Law Journal. Under the current legal landscape, insureds have little hope of coverage for FACTA claims under the traditional commercial general liability policy. The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia’s response to the issues in Budget Rent a Car could have a profound affect on the future of coverage for FACTA violations and the interpretation of the FACTA statute as a whole going forward.


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