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In re Anthem, Inc. Data Breach Litigation

United States District Court, N.D. California, San Jose Division

July 22, 2016

IN RE ANTHEM, INC. DATA BREACH LITIGATION

          Counsel on Behalf of Lead Plaintiffs and Lead Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee: Eve Cervantez, Danielle Leonard, Meredith Johnson, David Berger, Andrew Friedman

          Counsel on Behalf of Plaintiff Weinberger: Karen Marcussem

          Counsel on Behalf of Defendants Anthem, Inc.; Anthem affiliates; and various non-Anthem affiliates: Craig Hoover, Desmond Hogan, Chad Fuller, Allison Holt, John Martin, Lucile Cohen

          Counsel on Behalf of Defendants Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and Healthcare Services Corporation: Brian Kavanaugh

          CASE MANAGEMENT ORDER

          LUCY H. KOH UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

         A case management conference was held on July 22, 2016. A further case management conference is set for October 26, 2016, at 2:00 p.m. The parties shall file their joint case management statement by October 19, 2016.

         At the case management conference, the Court made the following rulings:

         PLEADINGS

         Defendants shall file an answer to the third consolidated amended complaint by August 4, 2016.

         CLASS CERTIFICATION

         In order to help streamline the motion for class certification, the parties will identify by September 1, 2016 the total number of California residents enrolled in individual plans, group plans, and Administrative Services Only (“ASO”) agreements. The parties shall also provide enrollment numbers as to the ten ASO agreements with the largest number of California residents.

         In addition, in the parties’ October 19, 2016 joint case management statement, the parties shall propose specific approaches to class certification of the California breach of contract claim that will allow the Court to provide the parties a class certification ruling in an efficient and manageable manner.

         DISCOVERY

         For the reasons stated on the record, the parties’ proposal to modify the discovery limits set forth in the ...


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