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February 12, 2018

In the News Today – February 12, 2018

SCOTUS Won’t Review CareFirst Data Breach Standing Row: The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear CareFirst’s appeal of a D.C. Circuit ruling that allowed a class action lawsuit over the company’s 2014 data breach to continue. The company said this case is an “ideal vehicle” for resolving the growing split over what injuries plaintiffs must prove in data breach cases. (Law360)

U.S. Attorney Won’t Confirm, Deny Probe into West Va. Supreme Court: A U.S. attorney did not “confirm nor deny the existence of an investigation” after Chief Justice Allen Loughry hinted at an investigation in a statement released last week. Loughry has been voted out of his position after the state Senate passed a resolution calling for an investigation of “potential impeachable offenses” regarding the misuse of taxpayer funds. (West Virginia Record)

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