Federal Court in Kansas Grants Motion to Dismiss
On September 12, 2019, the United States District Court for the District of Kansas granted our client’s motion to dismiss claims arising under the Credit Repair Organizations Act (“CROA”).
Plaintiff alleged that our client — a nationwide provider of credit repair services — violated CROA by failing to provide certain disclosures required under the Act and breached fiduciary duties allegedly owed as part of credit repair services provided. In its 18-page Opinion, the Court agreed that the plaintiff lacked standing to assert the disclosure-related CROA claims and dismissed the breach of fiduciary duty claim with prejudice. TDR lawyers Tim Hudson and Jordan Wilkow secured this important ruling and victory for our client.