The cybersecurity class action bar might be celebrating the holidays a bit early this year.
The enthusiasm stems from a recent (but barely noticed) judicial letter from Judge Paul W. Grimm, of the United States Federal District Court for the District of Maryland, who oversees class action litigation arising out of last year’s data breach of Marriott’s Starwood guest reservation database. In his letter, which is essentially a judicial decree, Judge Grimm ordered Marriott to make public a crucial third-party report that will reveal key details about the data breach.
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