Coca-Cola Fights Default Against Suspect In Data Breach

Law360, New York (March 18, 2015, 2:12 PM EDT) -- The Coca-Cola Co. on Tuesday asked the Pennsylvania federal judge handling a class action over data breaches that resulted from the theft of 55 laptops containing employees’ private information to not enter default against the man accused of the theft, unless that default can’t be used against the soft-drink maker.

Coca-Cola said in a letter Tuesday that it could be prejudiced by an entry of default against Thomas William Rogers III because the plaintiffs have linked the company’s potential liability to an alleged “conspiracy” involving Rogers....
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Case Title

ENSLIN v. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY et al


Case Number

2:14-cv-06476

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Pennsylvania Eastern

Nature of Suit

Other Statutes: Other Statutory Actions

Judge

JOSEPH F. LEESON, JR

Date Filed

November 12, 2014

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