Tag: data breach

Data Breach Class Action in Oregon Against Premera Settled

August 1, 2019 by

On Monday, Oregon federal district court judge Michael Simon preliminarily approved a $32 million settlement that would resolve multidistrict litigation against Premera Blue Cross over the health insurer’s 2015 data breach that affected an estimated 11 million customers and employees. In a 58-page order, Judge Michael H. Simon said the proposed settlement is fair, considering

Planet Hollywood Sued In Class Action Over Data Breach

April 11, 2019 by

On April 3, 2019, Earl Enterprises Holdings Inc. (“EEH”), the owner of popular chain restaurants such as Earl of Sandwich, Buca di Beppo and Planet Hollywood, was sued in federal court in the Middle District of Florida by customers who alleged that the company failed to exercise reasonable care in securing and safeguarding their sensitive

Experian Settles Data Breach Class Action Brought by T-Mobile Users for $22 Million

November 14, 2018 by

Lawyers representing T-Mobile users filed a motion asking for preliminary approval of a $22 million class action settlement in California federal court arising out of a data breach by Experian. The settlement will provide credit monitoring and insurance services, and an additional $11.7 million worth of remedial and enhanced security measures that Experian has taken

Judge Approves Settlement in Anthem Data Breach Case

August 22, 2018 by

Last week, a California federal judge approved a $115 million settlement ends claims Anthem Inc. put 79 million consumers’ personal information at risk in a 2015 data breach. U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh ruled that the deal, which provides the class of data breach victims with two years of credit monitoring, coverage of out-of-pocket

L.A. Times says Equifax forced arbitration clause is not the outrage, it is all the others

September 26, 2017 by

David Lazarus, a business reporter for the L.A. Times, wrote an article stating that consumers are just now becoming aware of the forced arbitration issue because of the Equifax attempt to force consumers whose data had been stolen to waive their right to bring cases in court by inserting a forced arbitration clause in the

Ashley Madison settles data breach class action for $11.2 million

July 18, 2017 by

Ruby Life, Inc., the parent company of online dating website Ashley Madison, reached an $11.2 million deal to resolve a class action in which users alleged that Ashley Madison had failed to use proper care to secure their personal information after a data breach allegedly disclosed information regarding 37 million users.

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