Dickey’s BBQ Says It Must ‘Guess’ Claims In Data Breach Suit – Law360


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Law360 (March 9, 2021, 5: 26 PM EST) -- Dickey's Barbecue has asked a Texas federal judge to toss a proposed class action against it over a data breach, arguing that there are not enough facts to state a claim, especially since the chain must "guess what plaintiff's claims are."

Latorsha Adams, the proposed lead plaintiff, is one of a handful of customers suing Dickey's over a credit card data breach at more than 100 locations from May 2019 to September 2020 that led to the sale on the dark web of personal information belonging to around 3 million customers.

Dickey's slammed Adams in its motion to dismiss Monday, saying her claims...

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