Arizona’s New Data Breach Law Has Teeth

This summer, an updated data breach law will take effect in Arizona. Earlier this spring, Arizona governor Doug Ducey signed HB2154 into the law. Arizona’s Attorney General, Mark Brnovich, authored the bill “updating and strengthening Arizona’s data breach consumer protection statute.” … Continue reading

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Data Breach Standing Developments in the Sixth Circuit: Galaria et al. v. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co.

Horror stories of what victims of identity theft go through routinely make headlines as large-scale data breaches have gained more attention. Victims may find their financial accounts unexpectedly frozen. They may have credit lines, even mortgages, opened in their names. … Continue reading

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Sony Data Breach Lawsuit Properly Alleges Negligence

  On December 15, 2014, two former employees, Michael Corona and Christina Mathis, filed a lawsuit against Sony Pictures Entertainment, Inc. See Complaint, Michael Corona et al v. Sony Pictures Entertainment, Inc. The Complaint initiating the lawsuit properly alleged the facts … Continue reading

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