Fabrice Vincent Examines Standing Issues in Data Theft Cases

Fabrice Vincent Examines Standing Issues in Data Theft Cases

Lieff Cabraser partner Fabrice N. Vincent spoke recently with the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Litigation about digital privacy and the seemingly unending series of hacker attacks plaguing large companies and data stores across the world. “Your Data Was Stolen But Not Your Identity (Yet),” highlights Vincent’s thoughts on cyberattacks and the challenges inherent to keeping our identities safe in an ever-changing digital landscape. [Read more…]

David Rudolph Speaks on Strategies for Data Breach Cases at AAJ Education Webinar

David Rudolph Speaks on Strategies for Data Breach Cases at AAJ Education Webinar

Lieff Cabraser partner David Rudolph will be speaking at the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Education webinar on data breach cases on August 10, 2017 from 2-3:30pm ET. David’s focus will be on class certification strategies as part of a discussion of the latest topics and trends in data breach litigation from certification to the current standing in federal court. The AAJ faculty will also review the differences between consumer and financial institution litigation and address how to handle damages in a data breach case. [Read more…]

Nicholas Diamand Elected Chair of AAJ Consumer Privacy/Data Breach Litigation Group

Nicholas Diamand Elected Chair of AAJ Consumer Privacy/Data Breach Litigation Group

At the American Association for Justice’s 2016 annual conference, Lieff Cabraser partner Nicholas Diamand was elected Chair of the AAJ’s Consumer Privacy/Data Breach Litigation Group. [Read more…]

California Personal Data Breaches Top 24 Million

California Personal Data Breaches Top 24 Million

Nearly three in five individuals residing in California became victims of a data breach in 2015, according to the California Data Breach Report published this month. The number of data breaches has increased over time, going from 131 incidents reported in 2012 (involving the records of 2.6 million Californians) to 178 breaches in 2015 with over 24 million records and individuals affected. [Read more…]