Law360 (July 8, 2021, 3:51 PM EDT) — Einstein Healthcare Network has urged a Pennsylvania state judge to throw out a would-be class action over a recent data breach, arguing that the plaintiff in the case hadn’t claimed to have suffered any concrete harm as a result of the cyberattack.
The Philadelphia-based health care chain argued in preliminary objections that Nanette Katz, who filed suit in April on the heels of a data breach that occurred last summer, didn’t have standing to pursue her claims due to her lack of any clear damages from the breach.
“Courts throughout the country … require a party to establish standing by showing…
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