Archive for March, 2016

Subrogation in Data Breach Cases: Vendor Vulnerability and Practical Prevention

Written by Chris Jones and David Boyce “Customer data is often a liability rather than an asset” observed Johns Hopkins cryptographer Matthew Green in a recent tweet. A liability indeed, not only for the corporate victim of a breach, but also for an ever expanding list of potential third party defendants. The collection and retention […]

 

Supreme Court Declines to Penalize Plaintiff for Failure to Correct Misnomer

Linda Richmond alleged injuries from an April 12, 2009 auto accident that occurred when her vehicle was struck by a vehicle driven by Katherine E. Volk. The vehicle operated by Volk was owned by Jeannie Cornett. Richmond filed her Complaint on February 28, 2011, erroneously naming “Katherine E. Cornett” as the defendant. In January of […]