Attorneys suing Atlanta-based credit bureau Equifax on behalf of consumers and financial institutions in a massive class action stemming from the firm’s 2017 data breach want documents and witness statements the company turned over to Congress.

On Wednesday, less than 24 hours after a congressional committee released a 96-page report finding the breach was preventable, plaintiffs lawyers filed a motion asking for the materials that served as the basis for that report.

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