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Home Depot agrees to pay $25 million to settle data breach claims

Posted on: March 15th, 2017 by Steve Larson

According to a Motion for Preliminary Approval filed in a Georgia federal court, Home Depot has agreed to pay $25 million and strengthen its data security practices to resolve a putative class action brought by financial institutions after a 2014 data breach that compromised 56 million credit and debit card numbers. It is reported that financial institutions that file a valid claim will be eligible to receive a fixed payment estimated to be $2 per compromised card. Financial Institutions that submit specific proof of losses may also be eligible for a supplemental award of up to 60% of their documented losses.

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Auto Parts Antitrust Class Action Expands and Settlements Begin

Posted on: December 3rd, 2014 by Steve Larson

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Our firm has been working on the Auto Parts Antitrust Class Actions for some time now.  The putative class action lawsuits against various manufacturers of automobile parts were brought by U.S. car buyers and are pending in the Eastern District of Michigan before a district judge that was assigned all the cases by the Judicial Panel on MultiDistrict Litigation.  There currently are separate class actions involving alleged price fixing of over 26 different auto parts. Read more…


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  • Steve Larson has been representing investors, consumers and employees in class actions in Oregon for over 20 years. He is a shareholder at the law firm of Stoll Berne in Portland, Oregon.
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