Denny and Noa Highlight Standing Issue in Data Breach Litigation
In “Standing and the Circuit Court Split in Data Breach Litigation,” an article published in the January–March 2018 edition of Corporate Disputes magazine, William Denny and Jesse Noa outline the different ways circuit courts have addressed the issue of standing. Recent data breach cases covered include Attias v. Carefirst, Inc., Whalen v. Michaels Stores, Inc. and SuperValu, Inc.
Published by Financier Worldwide, Corporate Disputes is a quarterly magazine focused on the latest developments in corporate and commercial disputes. To access current and back issues, visit the magazine’s website.
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