Immigration boutique Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, an Am Law 100 firm, experienced a data breach affecting a limited number of people from Google, which is a client.

The law firm filed a notice of data breach with the state of California on Oct. 23, which is available to the public online. According to the notice, Fragomen discovered on Sept. 24 that an unauthorized third party gained access to a file that contained personal information of “a discrete number of Googlers” and former employees of the tech giant.

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