Class Actions of Interest

Class action filed against Intel alleging processor defects affecting security

A class action has been filed in California, January 3, 2018, less than 24 hours after Intel Corp. announced that patches to fix an alleged security defect in its chips could result in potential performance-slowing in its chips. The complaint alleges that Intel isn’t making customers whole with the patch because they’re getting a slower system than they bargained for.

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Another auto part maker settles in wide-ranging antitrust lawsuit

U.S. District Judge Marianne O. Battani, in the district of Michigan, gave initial approval to a $12.16 million proposed settlement that would end claims in multidistrict litigation that a Japanese auto parts supplier participated in a wide-ranging conspiracy to hinder competition by fixing the prices of ceramic substrates sold to U.S. automakers.

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