In dismissing a class action last month alleging violations of the Military Lending Act (“MLA”), a federal district court in Virginia held that the MLA’s two-year statute of limitations is triggered by discovery of the facts underlying the violation, not by discovery that the MLA had been violated.  Finding the MLA’s text to be inconclusive on this issue, the court looked to case law interpreting a similar statute of limitations in the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) for guidance.… Continue Reading