Hammerberg Lawyers LLP intends to file a proposed class proceeding on behalf of Canadian residents whose personal information may have been affected by the recently disclosed data breach by the Marriott Hotels chain.
Please contact Hammerberg Partner, Kevin McLaren, if you think you may have been affected by the data breach: email@example.com
Information regarding the breach is detailed below (as per the CBC news article of November 30, 2018):
The Marriott hotel chain says the personal information of up to half a billion people who stayed at Starwood hotels between 2014 and 2018 may have had their personal information stolen. Marriott says hotels owned by the Starwood chain are affected. Those include:
- W Hotels.
- St. Regis.
- Sheraton Hotels & Resorts.
- Westin Hotels & Resorts.
- Element Hotels.
- Aloft Hotels.
- The Luxury Collection.
- Tribute Portfolio.
- Le Meridien Hotels & Resorts.
- Four Points by Sheraton and Design Hotels.
- Starwood-branded timeshare properties.
To read the full CBC article click here: CBC Marriott Article
Marriott says its own Marriott-branded hotels are not impacted because they use a different software system that wasn’t breached. However, anyone who stayed at a Starwood-owned hotel between 2014 and September of this year may have had their data stolen. Canadian locations would be included.
Please contact Kevin McLaren of Hammerberg Lawyers LLP if you think you may have been affected by the data breach: firstname.lastname@example.org