How New Credit Freeze Law May Affect Data Breach Cases

By Robert Kriss and Corwin Carr (August 3, 2018, 12:06 PM EDT) -- Congress recently enacted a law that enables consumers to freeze their credit reports to prevent identity theft at no cost.[1] This law may have significant implications for whether data breach class actions will be certified and the amount of potential damages in class actions if classes are certified. ...

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