multidistrict litigation

Last month, T-Mobile disclosed that it had been targeted in a cyberattack that resulted in the compromise of some current, former and prospective customers’ SSN, name, address, date of birth and driver’s license/ID information.  According to T-Mobile, “the breach did not expose any customer financial information, credit card information, debit or other payment information.”  However,

In case you missed it, below is a summary of recent posts from CPW.  Please feel free to reach out if you are interested in additional information on any of the developments covered.

Sonic Data Privacy MDL Headed to Trial? Court Denies Defendant’s Motion for Summary Judgment | Consumer Privacy World

Federal Court Holds Defendant’s

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BREAKING: Sixth Circuit in Sonic Data Breach Litigation Denies Request to Appeal District Court’s Certification of Class, Dismissing Sonic’s Self-Identification and Standing

 CPW’s Kristin Bryan has been covering the Sonic data breach litigation and broader lessons the case carries for other data privacy class actions.  A ruling from the Sixth Circuit this week is a powerful reminder of the district court’s discretion in ruling on issues pertaining to class certification—and barriers to challenging certification of a class. 

Readers of CPW are familiar with In re Blackbaud, a data privacy multi-district litigation (“MDL”) created in December 2020 that is currently pending in the District of South Carolina.  The MDL was created to manage the claims of individuals and putative class representatives against Blackbaud, a cloud software company that was targeted in several

In case you missed it, below is a summary of recent posts from CPW.  Please feel free to reach out if you are interested in additional information on any of the developments covered.

Financial Technology Company Reaches $58 Million Settlement to Resolve Data Privacy Litigations | Consumer Privacy World

Sonic Data Breach Litigation Update: Proof

CPW has previously covered the long-running Sonic cybersecurity litigations.

As readers will recall, in 2017 unidentified third parties accessed Sonic customers’ payment card data.  The hackers purportedly obtained customer payment card information from more than three-hundred Sonic Drive-Ins.  Litigation followed, which was consolidated into multidistrict litigation (“MDL”).  In the consolidated complaint filed in the MDL,

At this point, readers of CPW are familiar with the Clearview Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”) litigation.  The case raises novel data privacy and constitutional issues, as underscored by a recent development in the case.

Clearview previously moved to dismiss Plaintiffs’ claims under BIPA and various other states’ laws.  Among other arguments, Clearview

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How the Colorado Privacy Act Compares to the California, Virginia and European Union Laws That Inspired It | Consumer Privacy World

Ninth

CPW has been tracking since last year the Capital One data breach multidistrict litigation (remember that privilege ruling?).  Well, today the federal judge overseeing the litigation granted Capital One’s motion to certify to the Virginia Supreme Court a question of whether there exists under Virginia state law a duty to use reasonable care