Florida Courts Require Actual Injury to Demonstrate Standing in Data Breach Cases

In this piece for the Daily Business Review, Nicole Rekant and Stevan Pardo discuss the proliferation of data breach cases in Florida courts and how they have focused on Article III standing. Did you know that to meet that standing a plaintiff must allege sufficient facts to show the injury-in-fact is concrete, particularized, actual, and imminent, not conjectural or hypothetical?  Read the entire article here (PDF).