On February 24, 2022 the State Bar of California announced a data breach. on February 26, 2022 the State Bar updated it's news release that the information has been taken down. The data included both public and confidential State Bar member disciplinary records. Once information is out in the wild it can never be truly deleted. The updated news release can be found on the State Bar website.

What Has Been Reported:

260,000 Confidential records were published on JudyRecords.com
The records were populated on JudyRecords.com about four months ago
The confidential identity of complainants and Bar members being investigated were included in the data breach
It is unknown if any biodata such as fingerprint records were also part of the data breach
Tyler Technologies supplied the software to the State Bar case management system "Odyssey."

In 2011, I stopped the foreclosure sales of approximately 1,000 homes in California in the putative class action case of Yau v DBNTC. I am now investigating the data breach of the California State Bar disciplinary record system.

If you believe you are a victim of the breach, please contact me.

UPDATE 5-19-2022
On March 18, 2022 the putative class action was filed in the Orange County Superior Court. Defendant Tyler Technologies removed the action to federal court on May 13, 2022.

All defendants have been served. The putative class representatives have settled with Defendant Kevan Schwitzer and that settlement is currently being approved so that he will be dismissed from the case.

On May 18, 2022 several putative class members received notice of the breach. The State Bar has reported it was only going to send notice to less than 2,000 attorneys of the breach.

To join the class and get personal updates please fill out the form below.

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