Edelson Pitches ‘Better Way’ To Pick Leads In Privacy Suits

Law 360 (April 19, 2024) — Plaintiffs in proposed privacy class actions should be given more say in who’s picked as class counsel, in order to crack down on the “anemic settlements” that have resulted from the ineffective “old way of litigating” these matters, law firm Edelson PC argued in vying for lead counsel in … Continued

Edelson PC Builds on Breakthrough Year with Hire of Mass Torts Partner

Meredith Drukker Stratigopoulos, an experienced trial lawyer, will continue her work representing victims of sexual assault (April 24, 2024) – Chicago – National plaintiffs’ law firm, Edelson PC, is dipping into the Texas talent pool to hire an accomplished trial lawyer as its latest partner. Following a year of record growth in which the firm … Continued

Class action suit filed over license plate data, allegedly violating the privacy of millions of California drivers

Techspot (February 27, 2024) — What just happened? California resident Guillermo Mata has sued a Texas-based company for selling location data of people’s vehicles to marketers, repo agencies, and insurers. Filed in 2021, the lawsuit was granted class action status last September, and alleges that the actions of Fort Worth-based Digital Recognition Network (DRN) violate … Continued

California Judge Halts Litigation Over 23andMe Data Breach

LAW.COM (Feb 29, 2024) — A federal judge in California stayed lawsuits brought over 23andMe’s data breach, despite concerns raised by some plaintiffs lawyers about the possibility of continuing privacy violations. At a Thursday hearing, U.S. District Judge Edward Chen, who is overseeing most of the 35 lawsuits against 23andMe in the Northern District of … Continued