Judge Ruling Favors Financial Institutions in Target Lawsuits, Paves Legal Roadmap For Cases To Follow

On Tuesday, a federal judge rejected Target Corporation’s attempt to dismiss multiple claims made by several banks in an effort to minimize their financial burdens caused by the retailer’s massive data breach in late 2013.

Following the compromise of 40 million customers’ credit cards, a group of financial institutions filed lawsuits against Target, claiming the retailer’s “conduct both caused and exacerbated the harm they suffered.”

Read more about the Target Corporations case unfolding in Minnesota District Court on Trip Wire.