A recent decision handed down by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in the Reynolds v. Hartford Financial Services Group Inc., case has far-reaching implications, according to this commentary by The National Law Journal's Barry Richard. The case, which involved alleged violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act in two class-action lawsuits against Hartford Fire Insurance Co. and GEICO, "is the bird flu of corporate liability," Richard says.

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