In Capital One Data Breach Litigation Federal Judge Grants Capital One’s Motion To Certify Question to Virginia Supreme Court

Kristin L. Bryan of Squire Patton Boggs writes:

CPW [Consumer Privacy World] has been tracking since last year the Capital One data breach multidistrict litigation (remember that privilege ruling?).  Well, today the federal judge overseeing the litigation granted Capital One’s motion to certify to the Virginia Supreme Court a question of whether there exists under Virginia state law a duty to use reasonable care to protect consumers’ personal information from disclosure.  Read on to learn more.

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