Notice of Class Action Settlement - UH Data Breach Lawsuit
The University of Hawaii has settled several lawsuits regarding possible data breaches at the University. Faculty members have received a notice of settlement. We have been briefed by the attorneys on the settlement and we believe this is a good result. There is no need to call the court.
The mailed notification received by faculty members is legitimate, and there will be email notices as well. There is no need to call the court. You should refer to the FAQs at www.uhdatabreachlawsuit.com/.
The Settlement provides free credit monitoring and free identity theft consultation and restoration services for a period of two years for the following possible data breaches: Kapi‘olani Community College (March 2009); Honolulu Community College (February 2010); University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (June 2010); University of Hawai‘i at West O‘ahu (October 2010); and Kapi‘olani Community College (June 2011).
Detailed information about the lawsuit and all Class Member rights, including how to object, make an appearance, or opt-out may also be found at: http://www.uhdatabreachlawsuit.com/
If you have not received a notice in the mail by March 1, 2012 and have questions about whether you are eligible to receive benefits, please call 1-855-205-6935.
If you have questions about the settlement, you may contact class counsel at info@UHDataBreachLawsuit.com. Class Counsel appointed by the Court are Thomas R. Grande and Bruce F. Sherman.
The First Circuit Court Has Approved This Notice
Please do not telephone the Court about this case.