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  • Sutter Medical Faces Class Action over Patient Data Breach
    Los Angeles, CA: A privacy class-action lawsuit against Sutter Medical Foundation and Sutter Physician Services has been filed, alleging the medical provider did not properly safeguard medical information for more than 4 million of its patients affected by the mid-October theft of a computer from the Sutter Medical Foundation headquarters. The suit was...
  • Number of Data Breach Incidents Expected to Grow
    Apr-28-14 Washington, DC If it seems as though everywhere you turn there’s more news about a huge data breach , you might not be far off. Recently, more information was released about the massive information breach from Michaels craft stores. Meanwhile, students at Iowa State University learned that their information may also have been taken. According to r...
  • LinkedIn Data Breach Class Action Settlement Reached
    Los Angeles, CA: A proposed class action settlement has been reached in a data breach lawsuit against LinkedIn, which operates a professional networking service (website at www.linkedin.com), related to its protection of user information. Filed in the US District Court for the Northern District of California, the lawsuit alleges LinkedIn did not u...
  • Two New Data Breaches Put Consumer Information at Risk
    Mar-10-15 Los Angeles, CA Two recent data breaches have once again put the spotlight on online security and the vulnerability of consumer information. In at least one case, data breach lawsuits have already been filed, alleging consumer information was not properly protected by the company attacked. Meanwhile, the list of companies who have had their consumer fi...
  • Could Target’s Position with Banks Be a Sign of Things to Come?
    Oct-24-14 Minneapolis, MN It may have been one of the largest data breach events in US history, with millions of consumers affected. However, retail juggernaut Target Corporation (Target) has let it be known that it plans to aggressively fight any allegation that it dropped the ball in terms of security protocols, and its recent stance with banks and other finan...
  • 7th Circuit Grants Standing to Neiman Marcus Data Breach Plaintiffs
    Sep-22-15 The Seventh Circuit ruled that the risk of future harm in a data breach is sufficient to take major companies to court. Plaintiffs, such as the Neiman Marcus Group LLC customers, now have standing to hold companies liable for a data breach, regardless of whether the actual harm of identity theft ever occurs. The U.S. Court of Appeals reinstated the...
  • UCLA Health Should Wake Up and Smell Too Many Data Breaches
    Aug-17-15 Los Angeles, CA It’s almost a joke. How many UCLA data breaches and lawsuits does it take for UCLA Health Systems to figure out how to properly store private medical information? This isn’t the first time UCLA has been hacked and sued. Besides last month’s data breach and subsequent data breach class action , its patients’...
  • Target CEO Steps Down in Wake of Data Breach
    May-11-14 Minneapolis, MN It’s fitting, in a way, that on Mother’s Day we’re highlighting one of the mothers of all data breaches, and the fallout that recently occurred with the resignation of Target Corporation’s Chief and CEO. A data breach is a serious compromise of security that can put sensitive data into the hands of criminals. ...
  • More Stores Affected in Target Data Breach; Lawsuits Investigated
    Jan-19-14 New York, NY At least five stores have been hit by the same group believed to be responsible for the Target data breach that reportedly exposed the personal information of approximately 100 million consumers. According to reports, the Target information breach occurred between November 27 and December 15, 2013. During that period, encrypted PIN data an...
  • UCLA and CVS Report Data Breaches
    Jul-17-15 Los Angeles, CA Two large data breaches have been reported today, one by University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Health System and the other by CVS Photo. The UCLA data breach took place as far back as September 2014, according to UCLA and may have compromised personal information of some 4.5 million people. They said they detected suspicious acti...
  • California Labor Lawsuit News & California Employment Legal Help
    California labor laws are put in place to protect you. The California labor employment law and the California prevailing wage law ensures that your employer does not violate wage and hour issues.  Although California boasts some of the strictest state labor laws in the country with stiff penalties for violations, California labor lawsuits are on the ris...
  • US Attorney General Seeks National Standard for Data Breach Disclosure
    Mar-12-14 Washington, DC The reality that finds more and more Americans conducting increasing transactions online, together with the existence of personal information parked and stored within various sources vulnerable to being hacked, suggests that data breaches will continue to be a growing threat. To that end, US Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. is on record...
  • Millions Potentially Affected by Premera Data Breach
    Aug-13-15 Los Angeles, CA With so many data breach lawsuits in the news lately, a person would think that companies that have access to private consumer or patient information would take cyber security seriously. Unfortunately, every day there seems to be more news about companies that have been hit by hackers and have allowed customer information to be made vul...
  • The Home Depot Inc. Seeks to Have Data Breach Lawsuit Dismissed
    Nov-13-15 Atlanta, GA: As data breaches prove a continuing threat in an increasingly fluid online world where everyone has a presence, previous data breaches having resulted in lawsuits are duking it out in the nation’s courts. To that end, a sizable putative class of banks currently embroiled in a lawsuit with Home Depot over a massive data breach from 2014 i...
  • Days after Massive Home Depot Data Breach, Lawsuits Are Filed
    Sep-16-14 Atlanta, GA The data breach that affected retail giant Home Depot, and revealed in recent days, is not only the latest example of a hacker accessing customers personal information amidst data storage systems that are generally assumed as secure, it could be the largest yet. The breach could eclipse that of Target, which affected about 40 million con...
  • DePuy Pinnacle Hip Replacement Lawsuit News & Legal Information
    DePuy Orthopaedics faces criticism that its DePuy Pinnacle metal-on-metal hip implant has an unreasonably high failure rate. The DePuy Pinnacle hip replacement concerns are in addition to problems with the DePuy Orthopaedic ASR XL Acetabular hip replacement . The DePuy Pinnacle hip replacement is a metal-on-metal design. Although the Pinnacle hip re...
  • Data Breach Settlements Announced
    Dec-16-15 Washington, DC: Two large-scale data breach settlements have been announced, one involving Home Depot lawsuits and the other involving claims made by the Federal Trade Commission against Wyndham Hotels. Both involved situations in which hackers illegally obtained the payment information of customers, with plaintiffs alleging serious failures on the par...
  • 400,000 Yahoo and Related Internet Accounts Breached
    San Francisco, CA: A major Internet security breach has been confirmed by Yahoo. According to a report in the New York Times, a group of hackers calling themselves D33D breached 453,492 user names and passwords to Yahoo and other, related accounts belonging to Gmail, AOL, Hotmail, Comcast, MSN, SBC Global, Verizon, BellSouth and Live.com and posted...
  • Data Breach Complaints on the Rise
    May-11-16 Washington, DC: A new report from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) shows that data breach complaints are on the rise. In the report, Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book (2/16), the FTC notes that complaints about identity theft increased 47 percent in 2015, likely helped by a number of high-profile data breaches. Consumers have filed lawsuits again...
  • Ashley Madison Data Breach Class Action Proposed in Missouri
    Aug-23-15 St. Louis, MO As expected, lawsuits have already begun to roll in stemming from the infamous Ashley Madison data breach. An American plaintiff has proposed a data breach class action in Missouri federal court under the anonymous pseudonym Jane Doe. Various legal pundits have cited concerns about the anonymity of the plaintiff. However, the legal commu...
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