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Partners in a New Jersey law firm are seeking damages from a bank that allegedly revealed private information about the partners on a court docket.

Kurt Olender and Michael Feldman claim in a suit that Investors Bank filed motion papers revealing the partners’ home addresses, home telephone numbers, email addresses, and driver’s license numbers, as well as the account number for the firm’s trust account and the full signatures of all of the authorized signatories for the account. The suit was filed in state court on March 8 and removed to federal court Tuesday. The private data were allegedly filed by Investors in a separate case in state court concerning a check deposited by the firm that was dishonored by the bank. The confidential information was removed after complaints by the plaintiffs’ firm, Olender Feldman of Summit, New Jersey, but it may have been viewed or downloaded by others, and could still be stored on the dark web, the suit claims.

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Charles Toutant

Charles Toutant is a litigation writer for the New Jersey Law Journal.

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