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Understanding Issues Related to “Standing” in Data Breach Litigation Provides Insight to Insurers

Whether a litigant has “standing” to bring a lawsuit has been a threshold question in data breach cases for a number of years. The basic criteria addressing this is found in Article III of the Constitution which limits the jurisdiction of… Continue Reading →

Spokeo Decision Already Having “Concrete” Impact on Data Breach Class Action Litigation

On May 16, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its opinion in Spokeo v. Robins, a highly-contested circuit court split over the question of how to establish standing in federal courts under Article III. In ruling for the data-gathering company,… Continue Reading →

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