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The Seventh Circuit Holds “Indignation” Is Not an Injury-In-Fact
By Seyfarth Shaw LLP on September 18, 2019
Posted in Title III Access, Website
By Kevin Fritz and Latoya Liang
Seyfarth Synopsis: In a recent decision, the Seventh Circuit agreed with the Fourth Circuit in holding that a plaintiff who is legally barred from using a credit union’s services cannot demonstrate an injury in fact that can support standing to sue.
The plaintiff in Carello v. Aurora Policeman Credit Union, a blind man, sued the Aurora Policeman Credit Union under Title III of the [...]