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We’d Like to Announce the Launch of Our New and Improved, Exclusive Master Information Search Report (MIS) from OPENonline!

It's Even Better with More Data Sources

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...Get the bigger picture with MIS

What is MIS & what can it do?

OPENonline's exclusive Master Information Search (MIS) has recently been revamped and provides enhanced people searches to give you detailed information, even in cases where you only have partial data - such as an incomplete SSN or address. This product fully supports investigators in their search and risk mitigation efforts. MIS also allows you to search for your subject using a phonetic name spelling, location radius, or age range. Investigators have the ability to not only conduct a linear search of an individual, but also find the connection points between two or more people. Access detailed person & business profiles with principals, employees, assets, and more!

Delta Airlines, Inc. Settles $2.3 Million FCRA Class Action Lawsuit Over Disclosure Language

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We’ve been keeping you up to date on the volatility of FCRA lawsuits involving language used on disclosures, and we have another case in point to tell you about.

Delta Airlines, Inc. recently settled a class action suit in the Northern District of California, for $2.3 Million. In this case the Plaintiffs argued that the disclosures were inadequate and in violation of the FCRA because they were not clear and unambiguous, contained extraneous information and did not consist solely of the disclosure. The National Law Review posted a detailed account of the case details here.

Ban-The-Box Guide. A Comprehensive Summary of Laws Across the United States

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We have been regularly alerting you on our blog about updates and changes regarding ban-the-box laws, and new laws seem to crop up all the time. In fact, ban-the-box updates have overwhelmingly been the subject of our blog posts over the last several months.

The varying laws are staggering, and it is difficult to stay abreast of the changes. Which is why we are very happy to call your attention the National Employment Law Project’s (NELP) April 2019 publication, the most comprehensive and up-to-date summary of ban-the-box laws in cities, counties, and states across the U.S. that we have seen.

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