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Court’s Decision May Mean Increased Litigation

DATA LOSS—U.S.

November 13, 2012

In an exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, David Governo and Corey Dennis, CIPP/US, examine the case of Resnick v. AvMed and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision “that the plaintiffs’ allegations of injury and causation were sufficient to withstand a motion to dismiss where they suffered identity theft” due to an AvMed data breach. The authors suggest the court’s decision “may lead to an uptick in data breach litigation.”
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