Short Description of this Case
The class-action lawsuit, filed in July, 2015, alleged that UCLA Health System failed to encrypt medical records of its patients, and the health system need to be responsible for the data breach security incident that occurred during a cyberattack disclosed around July 17, 2015.
Class members whose personal information was stored on the portions of the UCLA Health Network that were, or could have been, accessed during the cyberattack disclosed around July 17, 2015, including those who received mail notification of the Incident from UCLA Health in 2015.
Up to $20,000.
Proof of Purchase
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Claim form Deadline
Allen v. UCLA Health Systems Auxiliary, et al., Case No. 2:15-cv-05487, in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
Settlement Website Status
Jeff Westerman of the law firm of Westerman Law Corporation.
Kevin Mahoney of Mahoney Law Group APC.
Briana M. Kim of Briana Kim PC.