Reply to post: "...could net statutory damages of up to $750 per violation for the California plaintiffs"

Blackbaud – firm that paid off crooks after 2020 ransomware attack – fails to get California privacy law claim dropped

Mike 137 Silver badge

"...could net statutory damages of up to $750 per violation for the California plaintiffs"

I wonder how that $750 will be divided between plaintiffs and their lawyers. Class actions never seem to yield real compensation (except to the lawyers).

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