Mar 082021
 March 8, 2021  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Healthcare, U.S.

Bob Christie reports an update on a case previously noted on this site:

Warehouse store chain Costco can be sued for privacy violations by a Phoenix-area man who alleges a pharmacist joked with his ex-wife about an erectile dysfunction prescription he had twice canceled, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday.

The ruling allows the man’s lawsuit to proceed, but sets a high bar for him to win: He must show by “clear and convincing” evidence that the store and its pharmacist did not act in good faith when the woman was told about the prescription.

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