Class Action Lawsuits in Connection with Marriott Data Breach

Marriott’s data breach affected nearly 400 million people in both the United States and abroad. Pierce Bainbridge has filed suit on behalf of victims in the US and worldwide.

In November 2018, Marriott announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, failed to secure the personal information — including passport numbers and payment information — of an estimated 383 million travelers worldwide. Marriott claims that it did not discover the breach — which first occurred in 2014 — for four years, giving hackers plenty of time to pilfer and sell the sensitive and personal information of hundreds of millions of hotel guests. If you believe that you made a reservation at a Marriott or Starwood property between 2014-2018 and could have compromised data, please fill out the form below and we will be in touch.