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CareFirst customers urge Supreme Court to deny hearing data-breach case on establishing injury

January 09, 2018 |
Rick Weber
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Policyholders of healthcare giant CareFirst are asking the Supreme Court to reject hearing a case brought by the company to overturn a circuit court ruling that said data-breach victims only need to show potential harm in seeking compensation.

Lawyers representing the class-action complainants argue that a petition by CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield to the high court would “limit the jurisdiction of the federal courts to only those matters in which past damage already sustained has been alleged, thereby discarding decades of...

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