Factum

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Factum

[Latin, Fact, act, or deed.] A fact in evidence, which is generally the central or primary fact upon which a controversy will be decided.

See: action, event, fact, performance
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In Long, defendants successfully dismissed a class action alleging FACTA violations equivalent to Hammer and Keller.
These damages under FACTA are not capped, so a retailer could be liable for up to $1,000 per transaction even without any proof of loss by the customer.
The FACTA provisions are a logical place to look for coerced debt remedies, because in many ways, coerced debt is a subtype of identity theft.
It seems that the Commission's letter will not be as clearly positive on the FACTA, however.
FACTA is equipped to eradicate true name fraud in ways that common law tort claims fall short.
The Privacy Rights Clearinghouse maintains a fact sheet on FACTA at http://www.
18) Using the FACTA cases as a paradigm, this Article assesses the current due process jurisprudence regarding statutory damages, and proposes an analytical framework that would remain true to the intent of FACTA and similar statutory damages regimes, while giving more than mere lip service to a defendant's due process rights.
They redacted account numbers in order to comply with FACTA but mistakenly left expiration dates in place.
Companies now have to contend with a host of government regulations including Sarbanes-Oxley, Graham-Leach-Bliley, HIPAA and FACTA.
Just as the federal FACTA legislation is impacting property managers, the new tougher laws passed in Arkansas, California, Georgia, New Jersey and Texas are affecting everyone from the mega-corporations managing thousands of apartments to the owners of four- and six-unit complexes who may turn out to be the most exposed.
But what helped the shredding industry most was new government regulations designed to protect individuals' privacy, including the Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act of 1996, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and FACTA.