A federal judge has reduced to $1.62 million the amount a jury had awarded an Oregon woman who spent years battling with Equifax.

The original amount, which totaled $18.6 million with punitive and compensatory damages combined, was handed down last July and was believed to be one of the largest granted to a consumer in a case against one of the nation's major credit bureaus.

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