Nationwide Moves for Reconsideration Following Sixth Circuit’s revival of Data Breach Class Action

On September 26, 2016, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. (“Nationwide”) petitioned the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals to reconsider its September 12, 2016 ruling that revived a class action arising out of Nationwide’s 2012 data breach.  Citing a notice of supplemental authority filed in another class action pending before the Third Circuit, Nationwide argued that rehearing en banc is necessary to resolve conflicts among the Circuits regarding the injury-in-fact and traceability requirements of Article III standing. Continue reading “Nationwide Moves for Reconsideration Following Sixth Circuit’s revival of Data Breach Class Action”