From Bloomberg Law:
A proposed data breach class action against T-Mobile US Inc. pending in California federal court should proceed because the telecom company failed to demonstrate “good cause,” the plaintiff argues.
T-Mobile’s own contractual provision mandates litigation in the place where each injured party resides, and the company doesn’t show an “urgent need” to pause the lawsuit, plaintiff Henry Thang argued in a memorandum filed Tuesday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Attorneys representing T-Mobile declined to comment.
Thang sued T-Mobile in August, arguing that its failure to implement adequate security allowed bad actors to breach consumers’ …
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