A federal judge in Atlanta on Monday appointed leadership counsel in the massive Equifax data breach multidistrict litigation.

U.S. District Chief Judge Thomas Thrash Jr. of the Northern District of Georgia—who also presided over multidistrict litigation stemming from Atlanta-based Home Depot’s 2014 data breach—kept the legal leadership teams small. Last month, Thrash established two tracks—one for consumer claims and a second for claims made by financial institutions. Among the lawyers he appointed to leadership roles are a number of familiar faces stemming from the Home Depot MDL.

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