Gene Moran was hired as a paralegal in a law firm. However, in conducting a background check after he began work, the company learned that Moran had several felony convictions. The company requested Moran's resignation. Moran asked for the records the company used to make its decision, citing the California Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act (ICRA). The company mailed the information a day after receiving the request. Moran filed a lawsuit claiming that the firm violated the ICRA by not providing him with the information before it made its decision. A state appeals court found in favor of the firm, ruling that it had acted in good faith and had provided the information to Moran in a reasonable amount of time. (Moran v. Murtaugh, Miller, Meyer & Nelson, California Court of Appeal, No. G033706, 2005).