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Supreme Court Issues Important Ruling on Standing in Class Action and Data Breach Cases

USA - May 20 2016 Plaintiffs frequently bring class action claims for alleged statutory violations for which Congress has provided private rights of action and…

Co-authors: William Marsh, Daniel H. Gold.

Seventh Circuit gives new life to consumer data breach class action

USA - July 29 2015 The Seventh Circuit has revived a class action against Neiman Marcus for losses customers allegedly suffered as a result of a data breach involving…

Co-authors: William Marsh, Emily Westridge Black, Daniel H. Gold, Ronald W. Breaux.

U.S. Department of Justice releases report identifying “best practices” for victim response and reporting of cyber incidents

USA - May 5 2015 Last week the U.S. Department of Justice's Cybersecurity Unit ("DOJ") issued guidance to organizations concerning preparing for, responding to, and…

Co-authors: Emily Westridge Black, Gregory C. Salton, Ronald W. Breaux, David Siegal.

Key takeaways from Target’s settlement with MasterCard

USA - April 28 2015 Target Corporation recently announced that it entered into a settlement agreement with MasterCard International Incorporated, agreeing to pay up to…

Co-authors: William Marsh, Emily Westridge Black, Ronald W. Breaux.

Target consumer class action survives motion to dismiss

USA - January 13 2015 Consumers that filed a class action against Target Corporation following the company's 2013 payment card breach have survived a motion to dismiss…

Co-authors: Emily Westridge Black, Daniel H. Gold, Ronald W. Breaux.

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