Class Action

Claim Your $20 from the $30 Million Optical Disc Drive Class Action Payout

If you purchased an optical disc drive (ODD) product in Canada between 2004-2010 in B.C., Ontario and Quebec, you can claim $20 or more as part of a price-fixing class action lawsuit. There’s a settlement of $29.7 million up for grabs as approved by B.C. and Quebec Courts from BenQ, Hitachi-LG, NEC, Panasonic, Phillips, Pioneer,...

File a Claim Here: $50M Canadian CRT Class Action Settlement Approved

A recent class action lawsuit involving CRT (cathode ray tube) products (TVs, computer monitors, etc.) purchased between 1995-2007 was approved by courts, with the settlement payout at $49.8 million. The lawsuit was regarding alleged price fixing by numerous companies in Canada, including Samsung, Panasonic, Toshiba and more: Class actions were commenced in Canada alleging that...

Quebec-Based Law Firm to File Class Action Against Netflix

A Quebec man is looking to gain millions in compensation from Netflix, alleging that the video streaming company violated consumer rights when they hiked their subscription fees. The class action document, which was filed in Quebec's Superior Court earlier this month seeks permission to sue Netflix. Pierre Boivin, the lawyer representing the consumer, said: "They had...

Canadian DRAM Class-Action Informs $20 Cheques Set to Mail Out

Earlier this year in February we told you about the Canadian DRAM Class-Action lawsuit, settled for $80 million with various manufacturers, over accusations of price-fixing on DRAM, found in all electronics such as printers, MP3 players, PDAs and more. The class-action alleged price-fixing of DRAM between April 1, 1999 and June 30, 2002, which caused...

Canadian DRAM Class-Action Settles for $80 Million, Get $20+ Compensation Here

A Canadian class-action lawsuit has been settled out of court for close to $80 million, which argued several manufacturers had allegedly price-fixed DRAM, used in pretty much all electronics such as printers, MP3 players, PDAs, video game consoles and more. The lawsuit claims companies were price-fixing DRAM between April 1, 1999 and June 30, 2002, therefore...

Judge Approves Apple’s $450 Million E-Book Settlement

According to a report from Reuters, Apple has received final court approval to settle its ebooks class-action lawsuit. The lawsuit claimed that Apple harmed customers by fixing the prices of ebooks. If the approval made on Friday by Judge Denise Cote stands, the settlement could have Apple paying $450 million. This means that $400 million...