Parties in the Connexin Software Data Breach Litigation propose $4M Settlement to Court

Connexin Software Data Breach

a lock over a laptop keyboardConnexin Software, Inc. d/b/a Office Practicum, a Pennsylvania- based electronic medical records vendor, experienced a cyber security incident that compromised Connexin’s network in or around August 2022. The incident potentially impacted sensitive information including patient demographic information such as names, dates of birth, and contact information, health insurance information, Social Security numbers, medical and treatment information, and billing and claims information. The data breach affected approximately 2.2 million individuals, potentially putting them at risk of fraud or suspicious activity. Though Connexin experienced the breach in August of 2022, it did not inform impacted consumers until November 2022.

Shub & Johns filed a class action lawsuit against Connexin Software on December 14, 2022 in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. On April 28, 2023, Shub & Johns, along with co-counsel, filed a Consolidated Amended Complaint after the Pennsylvania Court granted the Plaintiff’s motion to consolidate actions against Connexin concerning the data breach.

Preliminary Approval of the Connexin Software Settlement

On February 14, 2024, Shub & Johns filed a motion for preliminary approval of a $4 million settlement with the court, along with a memorandum in support of the settlement agreement reached between both parties. Parties in this case await for the Courts order granting Plaintiff’s motion. Read more information about the preliminary approval motion and memorandum here.

The case is Nelson v. Connexin Software Inc., case number 2:22-cv-04676.

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