Hartford Can Intervene In Privacy Case Over Drivers' Info

Law360, New York (November 15, 2011, 8:18 PM EST) -- A Missouri federal judge on Tuesday allowed Hartford Casualty Insurance Co. to make its case as to why a $40 million monetary judgment shouldn't be imposed in a class action against now-bankrupt Hartford policyholder Worldwide Information Inc. over Driver's Privacy Protection Act violations.

U.S. District Judge Nanette K. Laughrey granted Hartford's motion to intervene in the suit, three months after granting a win to a putative class of Missouri drivers who claimed Worldwide's reselling of its entire database of driver's license information violated the DPPA....
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