Firm 'Didn't Need' Deep Probe Of Hack Data, Partner Testifies

By Cara Salvatore (March 29, 2022, 11:34 PM EDT) -- A name partner for a hacked law firm told a Kansas City, Missouri, jury on Tuesday that it reacted to the catastrophic event by seeking out experts and ultimately saw no need to hunt for personal information on the compromised server, adding that he "knew we weren't collecting data."

The testimony came in insurer Hiscox's case against a law firm it's long worked with, Warden Grier, over the firm's response to a server hack. One of the people involved in that response, Mike Grier, was called by Hiscox on Tuesday as a hostile witness to talk about what the firm did...

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