Cancer Center Patients Say Ch. 11 Can’t Nix Data Breach Row

Law360, New York (November 7, 2017, 8:32 PM EST) -- A putative class of patients arguing that a data breach at bankrupt cancer treatment center operator 21st Century Oncology exposed their personal information told a New York bankruptcy court on Monday that allowing them to file a class action claim would be best for all concerned.

Calling 21st Century’s list of the potential consequences of their claim a “supposed parade of horribles,” the class members said allowing their claim would both be fair for the hundreds of thousands of potential class members they claim were not notified of the bankruptcy and allow 21st Century to dispose of claims that might otherwise...

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