Consumer Fraud Lawyer - Princeton Review, Inc. Data Breach

Shapiro Haber & Urmy LLP represented a class of students whose school system utilized the test preparation services of a company that, allegedly, inadvertently made publicly available the social security numbers of students on its website for a period of several weeks. The class asserted claims for negligence, breach of contract and unfair trade practices.

We promptly negotiated a favorable settlement on behalf of the class, securing the company's agreement to provide comprehensive identity protection services to the class members to be provided by another company that specializes in those services. The relief includes, among other things, two to three years of credit monitoring, identity theft insurance, and call center services.