Denver Associate Matt Petersen and Los Angeles Partner Jennifer Jackson authored an article published April 23 in the California Lawyer’s Daily Journal regarding a recent Ninth Circuit decision that finds inaccurate credit reporting alone does not confer Article III standing. “In the wake of Spokeo II, the Ninth Circuit has landed on both sides of the spectrum when evaluating the standing of FCRA plaintiffs,” they wrote. “[I]n Jaras v. Equifax, Inc., 2019 WL 1373198 (9th Cir. Mar. 25, 2019) (“Jaras”), the Ninth Circuit again considered the standing of an FCRA plaintiff, and this time held that inaccurate credit reporting that allegedly caused a credit score reduction is not a concrete injury sufficient to establish standing.” The substance of their article was first conveyed in a firm client alert published on the Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner website April 4.