In the early morning hours of Oct. 10, 2012, a laptop belonging to accounting firm  WeiserMazars, a vendor to Blank Rome, was stolen from an employee’s car in Philadelphia.

That triggered a series of letters from Blank Rome notifying state officials and others that the incident may have exposed the personal information of the law firm’s personnel, affecting nearly 60 people.

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