Joshua Ceballos reports:
All Priscilla Haring wanted from her divorce attorney, Richard Glenn Ozelie, was a divorce. But, according to her complaint filed in Broward civil court in March, what she got instead was scores of confidential files belonging to “a minimum of 96 individuals” — a potentially huge breach of ethics by her erstwhile attorney.
Read more at Miami New Times.
So an attorney’s office had a data breach (allegedly) and the attorney did not respond to the incident by notifying those affected (allegedly). And now the person who received others’ files is both suing the attorney and taking it upon herself to notify all the clients the lawyer didn’t notify.
Interesting. The plaintiff also filed a complaint with the state bar association, and if they don’t take action against the lawyer, then it will be interesting to understand why.