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One of the nation’s leading providers of home respiratory services and medical equipment, Apria Healthcare LLC (“Apria”), has announced that it was the victim of a data breach that compromised the sensitive information of nearly two million patients and employees. According to breach notification letters sent to affected individuals, an investigation into the data breach confirmed that Apria’s systems were accessed by an unauthorized third party between April 5, 2019, and May 7, 2019, and again from August 27, 2021, to October 10, 2021.
Morgan & Morgan’s industry leading data privacy attorneys are investigating DISH Network L.L.C. (“DISH Network”) regarding its recent data breach (which may be referred to as a “data event” or “data security incident”). The DISH Network data breach involved sensitive personally identifiable information that may have been exposed to an unauthorized individual. We are investigating, among other things, the following:
Tiktok, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, BeReal, and even LinkedIn are all social media sites that have taken over much of our everyday lives. Whether you are mindlessly scrolling through Instagram, watching a stream of TikToks that have been perfectly curated on your for-you page, or scratching the itch to check the latest notifications from your Facebook or Twitter accounts, it is almost guaranteed that some form of social media has taken up a portion of your day.
National pharmacy network PharMerica has announced that it has suffered a ransomware attack that has disclosed the healthcare and personal information of more than 5 million patients. Threat actors accessed PharMerica’s systems for at least two days and exfiltrated patient data during that time. The stolen data includes patient names, Social Security numbers, health insurance information, prescription details, and personal contact information.
In the United States, despite laws like the Equal Pay Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act in place to protect individuals from being unfairly paid in comparison to their counterparts––unfortunately, thousands of women, minorities, and other historically disadvantaged groups are still subjected to pay discrimination in the workplace. But what exactly is pay discrimination, and how can you prove it?
On Tuesday, April 4, after a legal fight that has lasted more than a decade, Johnson & Johnson (J&J) said that it had proposed to pay $8.9 billion to tens of thousands of victims who claimed the company's talcum powder products caused cancer.
On April 18, 2023, around 4:15 p.m., a parking garage next to two Pace University buildings in the Financial District in lower Manhattan partially collapsed, leaving at least one dead. Officials on the scene said at least six parking garage workers were pulled out of the building after the collapse. Officials believe all workers are accounted for but are continuing to investigate. One worker, conscious and alert, was trapped on an upper floor, calling firefighters for help.