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Fallout From Home Depot Breach Continues to Cause Concern for Corporate Officers

Republished from Tressler’s Privacy Risk Report blog. High profile data breaches are inevitably followed by a flurry of lawsuits, including derivative lawsuits filed by those companies’ shareholders. However, derivative suits have not found success and are frequently dismissed at the… Continue Reading →

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

Republished from Tressler’s Privacy Risk Report blog. 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… Continue Reading →

Shareholders’ Derivative Suit Misses Target, Still Offers Warning to Directors & Officers

Republished from Tressler’s Privacy Risk Report blog. On July 7, 2016, Judge Paul Magnuson of the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota granted several motions to dismiss by Target directors and officers seeking dismissal of derivative suits… Continue Reading →

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