The Burden of Establishing “Injury” in Data-Breach Class Action Lawsuits

Contrary to the predictions of various commentators, John Jablonski of Goldberg Segalla’s Cyber Risk and Social Media Practice Group explains how recent federal court decisions continue to hold a high standard for proving standing in data breach class action lawsuits.

As John concludes in an article for Claims Management: “Standing may be easier for class-action plaintiffs to demonstrate if their data was hacked, but as these cases demonstrate, surviving a standing motion is not always as easy as commentators predicted it would be in the wake of Neiman Marcus.”  A full copy of the article is available here.

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