The Fair Credit Reporting Act requires a credit reporting agency to use "reasonable procedures" to assure accuracy of its reports. A district court held that a plaintiff may not show unreasonableness of an agency's procedures without an expert opinion on the issue. The D.C. Circuit disagreed and reversed the summary judgment for the agency. Wilson v. CARCO Group, Inc., No. 07-7073 (D.C. Cir. Feb. 29, 2008).