1681i[c]: Lee v. Experian

David A. Szwak

1681i[c]: Lee v. Experian

Postby David A. Szwak » Mon Jan 09, 2006 4:35 pm

Lee v. Experian Information Solutions
Not Reported in F.Supp.2d, 2003 WL 22287351
Oct 02, 2003

Lee claims Experian violated his rights under the Act by not following reasonable procedures to assure the accuracy of his account (as required by Act § 1681e(b)) and by not conducting an adequate reinvestigation when a dispute arose (as required by Act § 1681i(a)) (Complaint ¶ 20). [FN7] This opinion addresses those claims in turn.

FN7. Although Lee's Complaint also included a claim involving consumer dispute statements under Act § 1681i(c) as well as a state law defamation claim (Complaint ¶¶ 20(e), 22-31), he has failed even to address those claims in response to Experian's motion for summary judgment.
Accordingly he has neither sufficiently raised any genuine issue of material fact nor cast any doubt on Experian's assertions that neither claim presents a genuine issue of material fact. Hence Experian's summary judgment motion is granted as to both of those claims (Palmer v. Marion County, 327 F.3d 588, 597-98 (7th Cir.2003)).

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