A Mid-Year Report Card On the Commercial Real Estate Capital Markets

By | Crunched Credit | July 25, 2014
A Mid-Year Report Card On the Commercial Real Estate Capital Markets

We at Crunched Credit have taken a bit of a pause of late.  It is, of course, the dog days of summer.  But it’s time to get back into the fray.  Let’s start by noting the doldrums seem to have taken a pass.  From where we sit, the markets seem to be in robust health.  As we look over this complex web of transactions, deal structures, innovations, capital flows, business plans, business goals, failures and successes that is our market, things look pretty damn good.

Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Holds Fair Credit Reporting Act Suit Time Barred

Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Holds Fair Credit Reporting Act Suit Time Barred

In Mack v. Equable Ascent Financial, L.L.C., the Fifth Circuit ruled the consumer’s suit was barred under the Fair Credit Reporting Act’s two-year statute of limitations.  Rejecting the plaintiff’s claim that the statute does not begin to run when the consumer discovers the facts that constitute the legal violation, the Court of Appeals held that the limitations period begins to run when a claimant discovers facts that give rise to the claim.