RE: NVIDIA Graphics Processing Units Class Action
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Summary of the Proceedings
On March 19th, 2010, Harrison Pensa LLP issued a Statement of Claim on behalf of Canadians who purchased a computer equipped with a defective NVIDIA Graphics Processing Unit or a Media Communications Chip (GPUs) between January 1, 2006 and the date of judgment. It is alleged that NVIDIA was negligent and breached their equitable duties by designing, testing, manufacturing, selling and distributing defective GPUs which they knew or ought to have known would be integrated into computers purchased, without inspection, by the proposed class of purchasers. It is alleged that the proposed class members should be fully compensated for all costs associated with having the defective NVIDIA GPU removed and replaced or alternatively, they should be paid the full retail value of their computers.
Harrison Pensa LLP is working in concert with Sutts, Strosberg LLP in the prosecution of this matter.
Status of the Proceedings
This matter has been filed in London, Ontario. The Certification Motion has not yet been scheduled. Further information will be posted as this matter proceeds.
If you have questions related to this action, please contact Jonathan Foreman.