Keller Rohrback Partner Cari Campen Laufenberg Appointed as Co-Lead Interim Class Counsel in T-Mobile Data Breach Litigation

March 01, 2022

On February 25, 2022 Judge Brian C. Wimes of the Western District of Missouri appointed Keller Rohrback partner, Cari Campen Laufenberg, as Co-Lead Interim Class Counsel in the T-Mobile Customer Data Security Breach multidistrict litigation (MDL).

The litigation stems from the August 2021 data breach wherein unauthorized individual(s) accessed and stole personally identifiable information including full names, dates or birth, Social Security Numbers, and drivers’ license information for current and former T-Mobile customers.

Cari is a nationally recognized expert in data breach litigation and has served as Lead, Co-Lead or Class Counsel in data privacy actions in federal courts across the country. She served as Co-Lead Counsel for over 2 million data breach victims in In Re: 21st Century Oncology Customer Data Security Breach Litigation in the Middle District of Florida. She also served as Class Counsel in Fox v. Iowa Health System in the Western District of Wisconsin for approximately 1.4 million individuals.  Cari has also been appointed as a member of several leadership committees including: In Re: Experian Data Breach Litigation in the Central District of California, In Re: Vtech Data Breach Litigation, and In Re: 100% Grated Parmesan Cheese Marketing and Sales Practices Litigation, both in the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division.  She has additionally played key roles in other significant data breach and data privacy actions including: In re Facebook, Inc. Consumer Privacy User Profile Litigation, in the Northern District of California, In re Blackbaud Inc. Customer Data Security Breach Litigation, in the District of Southern Carolina, and Corona v. Sony Pictures Entertainment, Inc. in the Central District of California.