By Humberto Saabedra on September 21, 2012
An announcement has been sent to current and former Clearwire customers detailing the proposed settlement of a class action lawsuit that merged all the individual suits.
By Christopher Price on May 31, 2012
Sony may become the first company to be hit with class-action lawsuit for detrimental reliance over committing, then retracting, promised Android 4.0 upgrade.
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By Christopher Price on January 5, 2009
Sprint recently settled an Early Termination Fee (ETF) class action suit. Unfortunately for consumers, it’s a very raw deal… except to the class action attorneys involved. And, it’s quite broad, covering customers from 1999 all the way to 2008. The settlement makes a bunch of branching paths, but basically it says that you are entitled [...]
By Elijah Nicolas on February 4, 2008
Current owners of a Palm Treo 600 or a Treo 650 are being awarded for their mishaps and frustrations with a small amount of money that Palm Inc. has agreed to pay out. The original lawsuit claimed that both the Treo 600 and the 650 smartphones were ridden with defects, had unacceptable failure rates and [...]
By Christopher Price on September 27, 2005
Though placed on their web site over a month ago, Verizon has finally re-posted their settlement terms for the Motorola V710 class action suit. The settlement does offer a refund of the purchase price of the device and all Verizon accessories, as well as a refund of any early termination fees for people who left [...]