Did insurance company GEICO wilfully violate the Fair Credit Reporting Act by relying on "creative lawyering that provides indefensible answers" relating to the proper use of credit reports in setting premiums? The Ninth Circuit said yes, and the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in the case this morning. More information here.
The GEICO Gecko (in street clothes, above) had no comment. And, having no lizard in this fight, Blawgletter will keep quiet too.
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