Cancer Center Co. Can't Dodge Breach Claims, Court Told

Law360, New York (April 24, 2017, 2:03 PM EDT) -- Cancer treatment center operator 21st Century Oncology can't shake claims over a data breach that affected more than 2.2 million patients' personal information, a group leading multidistrict litigation told a Florida federal court Friday, contending that they have standing and have sufficiently pled their claims.

The patients challenged 21st Century's bid to escape their consolidated class action complaint, blasting the cancer treatment center operator for trying to skirt responsibility for the 2015 breach by "arguing in shotgun fashion that some plaintiffs have not suffered Article III injury in fact, and that plaintiffs have failed to state claims."

Neither of those contentions are...

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