A Florida-based attorney brought a class action complaint against alternative legal service provider UnitedLex for allegedly failing to secure the personally identifiable information of her and more than 7,000 others. The case, initially filed last month, was removed to a Florida federal court last week.

The complaint in Glusky v. UnitedLex stems from a breach incident that occurred in early March when an unauthorized party entered UnitedLex’s database and accessed the PII of lawyer Allison Glusky and other class members before exfiltrating it, according to Glusky’s complaint.

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