Ninth Circuit Revives Data Breach Class Action, Finds Risk of Identity Theft Without Actual Harm ...

March 14, 2018

Last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit revived a class action lawsuit related to a 2012 data breach, determining that the future risk of identity theft suffices to establish Article III standing, even where there has been no actual harm. At issue in the case, In re Zappos.com, was whether the ...



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