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Over the last 20 years, millions of vehicles across the nation and all over the world have been in need of urgent repairs as a multitude of recalls have been issued. Some of the recalls have been so severe that they have been classified as "do not drive" or "park outside" alerts. The issues behind these vehicles has become so dangerous now that CARFAX, an American company providing vehicle data to individuals and businesses, has created its search tab for recalled vehicles.
According to a 19-page advisory by the United States surgeon general, Dr. Vivek Murthy, up to 95% of youth ages 13–17 report using a social media platform–over a third of those claiming that they use social media "almost constantly." The point of Dr.
On May 13, 2023, Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, an American investment banking services holding company headquartered in New York City, commonly known as BNY Mellon, filed a notice of data breach with the Attorney General of Massachusetts. BNY Mellon learned that confidential information that had been entrusted to the company was leaked in what they believe to be a third-party data breach.
In Washington, a federal judge has approved a group of travel nurses' collective overtime claims against NuWest Group Holdings LLC, a national staffing and recruiting agency that provides services for the manufacturing, nursing, scientific, and technology industries based in Washington. However, the approval does come with certain conditions in place.
It's finally the summer, which means schools are out, and so many teens are looking for a summer job to help pass the time while also funding their summer adventures. While having a summer job is considered a rite of passage for many teens, entering the workforce for the first time can also help young people develop their independence, be it mentally and financially, it can also come with its own unique risks and challenges.
On May 11, 2023, in collaboration with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, General Motors (GM), an American multinational automotive manufacturing company, announced another recall of more than 668,000 vehicles due to their LATCH anchors failing.
Managed Care of North America (MCNA) Dental has announced a data security incident affecting almost 9 million of its patients, and their parents and guardians. MCNA Dental is one of the largest Medicaid and CHIP dental care and oral health insurance providers in the U.S.
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.