Court Won’t Pause Crypto Users’ Shopify Data Breach Suit

By Ryan Harroff (August 26, 2022, 6:17 PM EDT) — A Delaware federal judge on Friday denied e-commerce platform Shopify’s bid to pause a category motion brought against it over a knowledge breach that ultimately cost some cryptocurrency users their digital wallets, stating within the order that the stay would haven’t any positive effect.

U.S. District Judge Christopher J. Burke rejected Shopify’s argument that the first-to-file rule ought to be invoked over one other proposed class motion over the identical data breach that was dismissed from California federal court in November, saying that waiting to see if the Ninth Circuit will revive that motion wouldn’t profit the Delaware motion in any respect. This…

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