T-Mobile Customers Denied Jones Day's Experian Breach Info

Law360, Los Angeles (May 22, 2017, 4:34 PM EDT) -- Experian doesn't have to hand over to T-Mobile customers investigation documents tied to a 2015 data breach, a California federal judge said in an order entered Friday, because the report was ordered and prepared for Jones Day as the firm geared up for litigation.

T-Mobile USA Inc. customers had argued in their consolidated class action over the data breach that exposed the personal information of 15 million consumers that the report, prepared by third-party cybersecurity firm Mandiant, should be shown to them because it was carried out at Experian's behest, court records show.

But U.S. District Judge Andrew J. Guilford ruled...

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