Dickey's BBQ Blasts Attys' Pan Of $2.35M Data Breach Deal

By Allison Grande (October 21, 2021, 11:02 PM EDT) -- Dickey's Barbecue Restaurants Inc. on Wednesday slammed a group of plaintiffs' attorneys for criticizing a $2.35 million data breach deal in pressing their bid to lead the proposed settlement class, arguing that the backlash fails to recognize the deal's "extraordinary value."

The Dallas-based restaurant chain, along with counsel representing plaintiffs in three of the six putative class actions that were filed against Dickey's over a payment card data breach and have since been consolidated in Texas federal court, moved in August for preliminary approval of a deal that would require the company to pay $2.35 million and make a range of...

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