Data Law Insights

Data Law Insights

Legal insights on navigating privacy, data protection, cybersecurity, information governance, and e-discovery

Tag Archives: Class Action

Home Depot Settles Major Data Breach Suit with Financial Institutions for $25 Million

Posted in Data Breach
On Wednesday, in one of the most high-profile data breach settlements to date, The Home Depot agreed to pay $25 million to settle a consolidated class action involving more than 60 nationwide financial institutions harmed by the retailer’s September 2014 data breach.  That month, the home improvement giant announced that hackers had installed malware on… Continue Reading

December 2016 Monthly Update

Posted in Cybersecurity / Data Security, Data Breach, Ethics, Government Agencies, Health IT, Privacy, Rules
Kansas Judge Rules that Class Action over CareCentrix Data Breach may Proceed On December 19, 2016, in Hapka v. Carecentrix, the United States District Court for the District of Kansas denied CareCentrix, Inc.’s (CareCentrix) motion to dismiss a class action suit arising from a data breach affecting CareCentrix’s personal and tax information regarding thousands of… Continue Reading

Privacy & Cybersecurity Weekly News Update

Posted in Cybersecurity / Data Security, Data Breach, Government Agencies, Privacy
Privacy law meets antitrust – EU Commissioner Vestager on data in competition law; ECJ to rule on admissibility of Privacy class actions; Northern District of California Sends Yelp Privacy Suit to the Jury; EU Advocate General finds EU-Canadian PNR pact unlawful; New York Unveils New Cyber Security Rules for Financial Services Organizations; New Jersey Senate… Continue Reading