The fight over who will lead class actions brought over Marriott’s data breach began Friday, when dozens of lawyers submitted applications for leadership positions.

More than 80 lawsuits were filed over the breach, which Marriott International Inc. announced Nov. 30, compromised the personal data of 500 million guests of its Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide properties (Marriott has since lowered that figure to fewer than 383 million).

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