California Pizza Kitchen Inks data hacking deal worth $3.7 million

By Dave Simpson (May 3, 2022, 9:31 PM EDT) – California Pizza Kitchen has agreed to a settlement that has a “conservative value” of more than $3.7 million to end putative consolidated class action lawsuits alleging a data breach in September revealed the Social Security numbers of more than 100,000 of its employees, the workers said in federal court in California on Monday.

The preliminary approval offer said the settlement would allow 103,767 current and former employees of California Pizza Kitchen Inc. to seek reimbursement for lost time and ordinary expenses up to $1,000, and reimbursement for “extraordinary expenses” up to $5,000, with a California underclass receiving an additional $100 per member….

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