Capital One Can't Drop Data Breach Suit, Court Told

Law360 (November 13, 2020, 9:20 PM EST) -- Capital One shouldn't be allowed to score a quick win on some of the allegations in a proposed class action over a massive data security breach that allegedly affected more than 100 million of its customers in the U.S., members of the putative class said Friday.

In a Nov. 13 opposition brief, Capital One consumers told U.S. District Judge Anthony J Trenga and U.S. Magistrate Judge John F. Anderson that they should not grant Capital One's request for summary judgment of unjust enrichment and implied contract claims.

In the brief, the Capital One customers claimed that the bank was "relying on...

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