At least six teams of lawyers are competing for the top leadership posts in the lawsuits brought over Equifax Inc.’s massive data breach.

Four proposed slates, ranging from seven to 12 lawyers, have filed motions to lead the class actions filed by consumers. Equifax revealed last year that more than 145 million of its customers had their personal information hacked in a data breach. Two other teams are hoping to lead lawsuits brought by financial institutions over the breach.

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