Calling Suit ‘Bare Bones,’ 7th Circuit Declines Hereditary Personal Privacy Claims Over Acquisition

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit promoted the termination of a “bare bones” class action versus the property management business Blackstone Inc. over its acquisition of in what seems a first-of-its-kind federal appellate choice analyzing when claims can be brought under an Illinois hereditary personal privacy law.

A three-judge panel discovered Monday that people who offered their DNA to stopped working to mention a claim in their grievance declaring that Blackstone broke the Hereditary Details Personal Privacy Act when it purchased the genealogy business.

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