Lowey Dannenberg Appointed Co-Lead Counsel in USAA Data Breach Case

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On November 17, 2021, Judge Vincent L. Briccetti appointed Lowey Dannenberg, P.C. as one of three Co-Lead Interim Class Counsel representing a proposed class of consumer plaintiffs in In re USAA Data Security Litigation, No. 21-cv-05813 (S.D.N.Y.).

The case alleges that United Services Automobile Association (“USAA”) allowed unauthorized third parties to intentionally target and improperly obtain Plaintiffs’ and Class Members’ personally identifiable information, including Driver’s License numbers, through the use of USAA’s online insurance quote and/or policy process (the “Data Breach”).

Lowey Dannenberg’s appointment in the USAA Data Breach follows its recent leadership appointments as Interim Co-Lead Class Counsel in March 2020 in the In re Rutter’s Inc. Data Security Breach Litigation, No. 20-cv-00382 (M.D. Pa.), and in June 2020 in the In re Wawa, Inc. Data Security Litigation, No. 19-cv-06019 (E.D. Pa.).

Please contact or Christian Levis (clevis@lowey.com), Anthony Christina (achristina@lowey.com), or Amanda Fiorilla (afiorilla@lowey.com) with any questions about either the case or Lowey Dannenberg’s data breach and data privacy practice groups.