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Back on Target?  Quebec Class Action in Target Data Breach Not Dead Yet

Posted in Data Breach, Quebec

On March 23, 2015, the Superior Court of Québec (per Justice Pinsonnault) granted a motion by Defendant Target Corp. to dismiss a proposed class action related to the 2013 data breach. Justice Pinsonnault dismissed the proposed class action on the grounds that the courts of Québec lacked jurisdiction (see our previous post here). The Court… → Read More

Proposed Class Action Misses its “Target” in Quebec

Posted in Class Actions, Data Breach, Privacy, Quebec, Retailing

On March 23, 2015, the Superior Court of Québec (per Justice Pinsonnault) granted a motion by Defendant Target Corp. to dismiss a proposed class action related to the 2013 data breach that affected millions of customers in the U.S. and allegedly many hundred thousand in Canada, on the grounds that the Courts of Québec lacked… → Read More