Ill. Appeals Court Won’t Revive Advocate Data Breach Lawsuit


What is there about “no standing” that you failed to accept? And why do lawyers keep filing lawsuits when the courts have been pretty consistent about dismissing for lack of standing if a lead plaintiff can’t demonstrate actual injury or harm or truly imminent and likely injury? 

Law360 reports:

An Illinois appellate court on Tuesday affirmed the dismissal of a pair of putative class actions over a data breach at Advocate Health and Hospitals Corp., finding that a lack of any evidence of identity theft or other concrete injury doomed the plaintiffs’ claims.

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