Our team recently sued Zappos on behalf of the 24 million Zappos customers whose personal information (i.e. name, e-mail address, billing and shipping addresses, phone number and the last four digits of credit cards) was inadequately safeguarded and the subject of a data breach. Zappos was so unprepared for the breach that, instead helping its customers, Zappos shut down its customer service phone lines.
If you are a Zappos customer, and you believe you were victimized as a result of this breach, please contact us to discuss your legal options. Because millions of Zappos customers were victimized, multiple lawsuits were filed throughout the country. The federal Judicial Panel on MultiDistrict Litigation held a hearing to determine where to coordinate the lawsuits. We argued that all of the lawsuits should be sent to Nevada. We are pleased to report that the Judicial Panel agreed with our arguments and sent all of the cases to Nevada.
We are also pleased to report that we have been appointed as interim co-lead counsel, along with the law firms of Levin, Papantonio, Thomas Mitchell, Rafferty & Proctor P.A. and Glancy Binkow & Goldberg LLP. We are in the process of litigating the case, and we look forward to providing redress to the 24 million victims. If you believe you suffered identity theft or fraud as a result of Zappos’ data breach, please contact us today.