An Update on Data Breach Litigation: Trends in Multidistrict Litigation

illustration of a "data pirate" reaching for binary code with a foggy blue-green background that fades to black

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By: Nick Jackson
Managing Editor, American Journal of Trial Advocacy

Data breaches are becoming the “new normal” in American society.  In what used to be “headline” news, major data breaches are no longer the rarity that they once were.  Today, data breaches occur on a small scale nearly every day across the United States.  In fact since 2005, more than 4,500 data breaches have been made public.[1] Continue reading “An Update on Data Breach Litigation: Trends in Multidistrict Litigation”