After allegedly breaking the Fair Credit Report Act (FCRA) by taking back a job offer based on the discovery of a criminal conviction, Johnson & Johnson and staffing agency Kelly Services are now facing a putative class action filed this week in Pennsylvania federal court. Plaintiff T. Jason Noye accused the two entities of violating the FCRA when they acquired his consumer reports without properly letting him know, “in a document that consists solely of the disclosure,” that they would be obtained and why. The complaint alleges J&J offered Noye a job, but then revoked the offer upon finding his ... Read More
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