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Tuesday, September 19, 2017



And a class action against Equifax Inc was filed 9/19/2017 in Harris County, TX (Houston).
The verified pleading (called original petition in Texas state courts, rather than complaint) can be viewed free of charge online on the District Clerk's website at but registration is required.

Case style is:
JOAN LAWYER [sic], Individually and on behalf of all Others Similarly Situated v. EQUIFAX, INC.
Cause No. 2017-61903, assigned to the 269th District Court of Texas, Harris County, Houston, TX 77002.

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