Author name: tcllaw

As class counsel, we represent end users seeking to recover damages for an alleged global conspiracy among computer parts manufacturers to fix prices of and allocate market shares for hard disk drive suspension assemblies. The court denied Defendants’ motion to dismiss, and Plaintiffs are engaged in discovery.

In re Hard Disk Drive Antitrust Litigation Read More »

TCL was appointed to the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee representing a proposed class of farmers alleging that defendants — manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers of certain seeds and crop protection chemicals – conspired to raise and fix prices of those products. The defendants’ motions to dismiss the complaints are pending.

In re Crop Inputs Antitrust Litigation (E.D.Mo.) Read More »

We represent a proposed class of dental practices alleging that the defendant illegally monopolized the market for clear dental aligners by prohibiting dentists from orderingcheaper, competing aligners. The court has denied a motion to dismiss the complaint and we are actively involved in discovery.

Simon and Simon, PC v. Align Technology, Inc. (N.D.
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We represent a proposed class of plaintiffs who were sold 2016–2020 Range Rovers or other Jaguar Land Rover vehicles that are equipped with an allegedly defective diesel particulate filter system, which is prone to clogging and can cause the car to unexpectedly stop operating.

Shaaya v. Jaguar Land Rover North America, LLC
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As court-appointed executive committee members, we represent a proposed class of plaintiffs seeking recovery from Amazon for allegedly violating Illinois’s Biometric Information Privacy Act by using facial-recognition technology to improperly collect and utilize putative class members’ biometric data.

Hogan v. (W.D. Wash.) Read More »

As class counsel, we have reached an agreement in principle with Lenovo to resolve a class action alleging that Lenovo sold defective Flex 5 and Yoga 730 computers whose computer displays flickered, froze, or blacked out. We expect to finalize a settlement agreement and submit it to the Court for approval in the near future.

Gisairo v. Lenovo (D. Minn.) Read More »

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