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ACTIVE CLASS ACTION CASES

Active Class Action Cases

You are often confronted with corporations that don’t seem to have your best interests in mind — and we’re representing people in cases against some of these negligent companies.

Below, you’ll find a list of active class actions we are currently litigating. Please review the complaint, paying particular attention to the class definition: This lays out who is a member of the proposed class.

If you fit within this definition, then you are a member of the proposed class and don’t have to do anything else in order to participate. If and when a class is certified, the Court will require notice to be given to class members informing them of their rights and how to participate or opt-out.

Capital One Data Breach

More than 100 million people had their personal data stolen in a hack of Capital One’s systems. The hacker was able to post the information on forums frequented by cybercriminals before the breach was discovered. Morgan & Morgan is pursuing a class action against Capital One on behalf of all those who had their information compromised in this breach. (See the CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT for more information.)

Class Definition: All persons residing in the United States who applied for Capital One credit card products from 2005 through 2019 and whose personal information was disclosed to unauthorized third parties.

Excluded from the class are:

  • Capital One and any of its parents or subsidiaries, any entities in which they have a controlling interest, as well as its officers, directors, affiliates, legal representatives, heirs, predecessors, successors, and assigns.
  • Any judge to whom this case is assigned, as well as his or her judicial staff and immediate family members.

Checker’s Drive-In Data Breach

Customers at Checker’s Drive-In restaurants (owned and operated by Rally’s Hamburgers, Inc.) from at least September 2016 through April 2019 may have had their credit and debit card information stolen by hackers. Morgan & Morgan is pursuing a class action against Rally’s Hamburgers, Inc. on behalf of customers who suffered due to the data breach. (See the CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT for more information.)

Class Definition: All persons residing in the United States who made a credit or debit card purchase at any affected Checkers location during the period of the Data Breach (September 2016 through April 2019).

The following are excluded from the case:

  • Defendant and any of its affiliates, parents or subsidiaries
  • All employees of Defendant
  • All persons who make a timely election to be excluded from the Class Government entities
  • The judges to whom this case is assigned, their immediate families, and court staff

Chili’s Restaurant Data Breach

Customers at Chili’s restaurants (owned and operated by Brinkers International Restaurant Company) from March through April 2018 may have had their credit and debit card information stolen by hackers. Morgan & Morgan is pursuing a class action against Brinkers International on behalf of Chili’s customers who suffered due to the data breach. (See the CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT for more information.)

Class Definition:

Nationwide Class: All persons residing in the United States who made a credit or debit card purchase at any affected Chili’s location during the period of the Data Breach (March 2018 through April 2018).

Statewide Class: All persons residing in Florida, Virginia, or Texas who made a credit or debit card purchase at any affected Chili’s location during the period of the Data Breach (March 2018 through April 2018).

Excluded from the class are:

  • Brinker and any of its affiliates
  • All employees of Brinker
  • Anyone who has elected not to be included
  • Government entities
  • The judge to whom this case is assigned and their immediate family and court staff

Chipotle Data Breach

Customers at Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurants from March through April 2017 may have had their credit and debit card information stolen by hackers. Morgan & Morgan is pursuing a class action against Chipotle Mexican Grill on behalf of customers who suffered due to the data breach. (See the CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT for more information.)

Class Definition: All persons residing in the United States who made a credit or debit card purchase at any Chipotle or Pizzeria Locale affected location from March 24, 2017 through April 18, 2017.

The following are excluded from the case:

  • Chipotle and any of its parents or subsidiaries, any entities in which they have a controlling interest, as well as its officers, directors, affiliates, legal representatives, heirs, predecessors, successors, and assigns.
  • Any judge to whom this case is assigned, as well as his or her judicial staff and immediate family members.

Equifax Data Breach

Equifax, one of the three major credit reporting companies used by thousands of businesses to assess the credit worthiness of customers and prospective customers, failed to protect the extremely sensitive personal and financial information they collected. A major data breach exposed the information of more than 145 million people. Morgan & Morgan is pursuing a class action against Equifax on behalf of all those who had their information compromised in this breach. (See the CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT for more information.)

Class Definition: All residents of the United States whose Personal Information was compromised as a result of the data breach announced by Equifax on or about September 7, 2017.

Excluded from the class are:

  • Equifax, any entity in which Equifax has a controlling interest, and Equifax’s officers, directors, legal representatives, successors, subsidiaries, and assigns.
  • Any judge, justice, or judicial officer presiding over this matter and the members of their immediate families and judicial staff.

Facebook Data Breach

From July 2017 until September 2018, a Facebook system vulnerability allowed outside hackers to gain access to user’s personal information. Ultimately Facebook announced that more than 30 million user accounts had had their personal information stolen. Morgan & Morgan is pursuing a class action against Facebook on behalf of all those who had their information compromised in this breach. (See the CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT for more information.)

Class Definition: All Facebook users whose personal information was compromised in the data breach announced by Facebook on September 28, 2018.

Excluded from the class are:

  • Facebook and any of its affiliates
  • All employees of Facebook
  • Anyone who has elected not to be included
  • Government entities
  • The judge to whom this case is assigned and their immediate family and court staff

Google Data Breach

Users of the Google social network Google+ had their personal information stolen in two separate hacks, one affecting 500,000 users, one affecting more than 52 million users. Morgan & Morgan is pursuing a class action against Google on behalf of all those who had their information compromised in these breaches. (See the CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT for more information.)

Class Definition: All persons in the United States who registered for Google+ accounts and whose Personal Information was accessed, compromised or obtained from Google by third-party applications without authorization or in excess of authorization as a result of the 2018 Data Leaks.

Excluded from the class are:

  • Google and any of its affiliates
  • All employees of Google
  • Anyone who has elected not to be included
  • The judge to whom this case is assigned and their immediate family and court staff

National Debt Relief Robocalling

National Debt Relief is accused of having used an illegal robocalling system to place unsolicited phone calls to non customers, while providing no way for those receiving the repeated calls to stop them. Morgan & Morgan is pursuing a class action against National Debt Relief on behalf of anyone who received these unsolicited and harassing phone calls. (See the CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT for more information.)

Class Definition:

Main Class: All persons within the United States who, between four years prior to the filing of the lawsuit and the present, (1) received a non-emergency call to their cellular telephone numbers; (2) through the use of an automatic telephone-dialing system or an artificial or pre-recorded voice; (3) from National Debt Relief; and (4) who were not National Debt Relief customers at the time of the calls and text messages, (“the Class” or “Class Members”).

Subclass: All persons within the United States whose telephone numbers were listed on the Do Not Call Registry, and to whom, at any time within the applicable limitations period, more than one call within any twelve-month period was placed by National Debt Relief.

Excluded from the class are:

National Debt Relief, its employees, agents and assigns, and any members of the judiciary to whom this case is assigned, their Court staff, and Plaintiff’s counsel. Members of the above-defined Class can be easily identified through National Debt Relief’s records or those of its vendors who placed the calls and/or sent the text messages at issue on behalf of National Debt Relief.

Ring Wi-Fi Camera Cyber-Hacking

Ring cameras (owned, sold, and operated by Amazon) promise increased safety and security to its users. Instead, the wi-fi cameras have been found to be vulnerable to malicious cyber-attacks, with dozens of instances of hackers being able to compromise or take control of the camera units. Morgan & Morgan is pursuing a class action against Amazon on behalf of Ring camera unit owners. (See the CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT for more information.)

Class Definition: All persons in the United States who purchased a Ring camera within the applicable statute of limitations periods.

The following are excluded from the case:

  • Ring and any of its affiliates, parents or subsidiaries
  • All persons who make a timely election to be excluded from the Class Government entities
  • The judges to whom this case is assigned, their immediate families, and court staff

Wells Fargo Robocalling

In violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, Wells Fargo made robocalls to the cell phones of thousands of people without their consent. Morgan & Morgan is pursuing a class action against Wells Fargo on behalf of those who dealt with the serious inconvenience of these phone calls. (See the CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT for more information.)

Class Definition: All persons within the United States who, between September 18, 2014 and the present, (1) received a non-emergency call to their cellular telephone numbers; (2) through the use of an automatic telephone-dialing system or an artificial or prerecorded voice; (3) from Defendant; (4) regarding the collection of alleged debts in connection with Wells Fargo credit card accounts.

The following are excluded from the case:

  • Wells Fargo, and its employees, agents and assigns
  • Any members of the judiciary to whom this case is assigned and their respective court staff Plaintiff’s counsel.
  • Any claims for personal injury, wrongful death and/or emotional distress.

Yahoo Data Breach

Starting in 2014, hackers stole the personal information of more than 500 million Yahoo users. Morgan & Morgan is pursuing a class action against Yahoo on behalf of all those who had their information compromised in this breach. (See the CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT for more information.)

Class Definition: All residents of the United States whose Personal Information was compromised as a result of the 2014 Yahoo data breach.

Excluded from the class are:

  • Yahoo, any entity in which Yahoo has a controlling interest, and Yahoo’s officers, directors, legal representatives, successors, subsidiaries, and assigns.
  • Any judge, justice, or judicial officer presiding over this matter and the members of their immediate families and judicial staff.

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