Aug 18, 2015

Suits pile up after U.S. reveals data breach affected millions

The Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation announced Friday that it will decide whether to consolidate suits stemming from the breach of data security at the Office of Personnel Management. The U.S. government should hope the cases don’t end up in the 7th Circuit.

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