Archer v. Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp., 07-60812
In a suit under the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) and state law, alleging that defendant engaged in discriminatory dealer loans, and misrepresented that plaintiffs were receiving the "best rate" on their car loans, summary judgment for defendants is affirmed where the claims were brought well outside their respective limitations periods, and no judicially imposed equitable doctrine, such as a discovery rule, saved the claims.
- Decided 11/26/2008
- Published 11/26/2008
PATRICK E. HIGGINBOTHAM, Circuit Judge:, Before KING, HIGGINBOTHAM, and WIENER, Circuit Judges.
United States Fifth Circuit
Suzanne Griggins Keys (argued), Byrd & Associates, Jackson, MS, for Plaintiffs-Appellants.
Douglas T. Miracle, Watkins, Ludlam, Winter & Stennis, Jackson, MS, James Robert Bruinsma (argued), Myers Nelson Dillon & Shierk, Grand Rapids, MI, for Defendants-Appellees.