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My Identity Could Be Stolen . . . At Some Point!: An Analysis of Federal Standing and Future Harm in Data Breach Cases

Blog: The Westchester Litigator

It is axiomatic that plaintiffs in federal court must have standing under Article III of the Constitution to bring their claims.  To demonstrate standing, plaintiffs must show, inter alia, that they have suffered an “injury-in-fact,” which the Supreme Court has defined as “an invasion of a legally protected interest that […]