Tomlin v. Bank of New York Mellon (In re Tomlin)

(Bankr. E.D. Ky. Mar. 31, 2016)

The bankruptcy court grants in part and denies in part the defendants’ motions to dismiss and for summary judgment. The debtor asserted numerous claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) and related state law causes of action in his complaint. The court finds the debtor does not have standing to assert certain claims under FCRA. The court also addresses issues of preemption under FCRA and various statutes of limitations. Opinion below.

Judge: Wise

Debtor: Pro Se

Attorneys for Defendants: Christopher M. Hill, Frost Brown Todd LLC, Patricia K. Burgess, Stephanie Smiley

2016-03-31 – in re tomlin

Author: Matt Lindblom

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