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Starbucks applicant Jonathan Santiago Rosario received a notification from Starbucks stating he was rejected from hiring consideration because of criminal history information contained in a third-party background investigation report.

Rosario disputed the accuracy of the information and the third-party background investigator removed it. But Starbucks did not reinstate Rosario’s job offer. Rosario brought a putative class action against Starbucks under the Fair Credit Report Act for failing to provide affected applicants with a copy of their background investigation reports and a summary of their rights under the FCRA before taking an adverse employment action.

Starbucks argued Rosario did

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