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Financial Institutions Oppose Dismissal Of Home Depot Data Breach Suit

Mealey's (August 21, 2015, 11:59 AM EDT) -- ATLANTA — Asserting that they suffered a “quintessential injury-in-fact” from the costs associated with fraudulent charges that sprang from their customers’ credit card information being compromised in a 2014 data breach at The Home Depot Inc., a group of financial institutions on Aug. 19 opposed a motion in Georgia federal court by the home improvement retail giant to dismiss their negligence claims against it (In re: The Home Depot Inc., Customer Data Security Breach Litigation, No. 1:14-md-02583, N.D. Ga.).

(Opposition to dismissal motion available. Document #97-150827-040B.)...
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