Sep 222010
 
 September 22, 2010  Breaches, Court

Daniel Solove comments on the implications of the Maine Supreme Court’s decision that victims of the Hannaford Bros. breach cannot sue under Maine law for effort and time lost because they are not “cognizable injuries.”

There’s just so much goodness in his blog entry that I am at a loss as to what to excerpt.   Read the whole commentary on Concurring Opinions.  You’ll thank me later.

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