This week, we take a look at the Seventh Circuit’s Bryant v. Compass Group USA, Inc. decision, in which the plaintiff contended that she lacked Article III standing in accordance with Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins in an attempt to obtain remand to state court.
This week, we revisit Robins v. Spokeo, Inc. as the Ninth Circuit has issued its decision that, once again, finds standing for the plaintiff.
Short-Sighted Invocation of Spokeo v. Robins May Lead to Exclusive Jurisdiction for Statutory Claims in State Courts
Before you hop on the Spokeo v. Robins bandwagon, be warned that what looks like a victory may actually be laying the groundwork for a plaintiff revolution in state courts.
Today’s discussion focuses on this week’s Seventh Circuit decision in Remijas v. Neiman Marcus Grp., LLC, in which the court found standing for a putative class action following a cyberattack causing credit card information for 350,000 customers to be accessed.