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Second Verse, Same as the First: Ninth Circuit Weighs in Again on Background Check Disclosures, Raising the Compliance Bar Even Higher

The disclosure requirement of the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act remains one of the most contentious and expensive litigation areas for employers. The case law from various federal district courts has been a mixed bag, leaving employers to question what it means to provide a “clear and conspicuous” disclosure of a background check in a writing that “consists solely” of the disclosure. 

The 9th Circuit was the only federal court of appeals case opining on the federal FCRA’s “consists solely” requirement.

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