The California Supreme Court this week granted review in Connor v. First Student, Inc. (8/12/15) --- Cal.App.4th --- (discussed here). The issue presented is as follows:
Is the Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act (Civ. Code, § 1786 et seq.) unconstitutionally vague as applied to background checks conducted on a company’s employees, because persons and entities subject to both that Act and the Consumer Credit Reporting Agencies Act (Civ. Code, §1785.1 et seq.) cannot determine which statute applies?
Connor v. First Student is Case No. S229428, and the Court's web site for it is here.