In late May, 16 state attorney general offices announced the settlement of the “first-ever” multistate Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)-related data breach lawsuit.

With no federal data privacy law in sight, HIPAA lawyers say the suit will likely become the norm as more state attorneys general litigate on behalf of their citizens’ HIPAA rights.

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