CANADIAN CATHODE RAY TUBE (CRT) ANTITRUST SETTLEMENT OPPORTUNITY

Settlement Opportunities:

​Cathode Ray Tube Antitrust Litigation – $48,276,500

This lawsuit alleges the Defendants conspired to fix, raise, maintain or stabilize prices of Cathode Ray Tube Products resulting in overcharges to consumers who bought CRT Products such as Television and Computer Monitors.
Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) Products means Cathode Ray Tubes of any type (e.g. color display tubes, color picture tubes, and monochrome display tubes) and finished products, which contain Cathode Ray Tubes, such as Televisions and Computer Monitors.  This technology has largely been replaced by flat-panel, LCD and plasma technology.  Your company is likely eligible if it purchased a CRT Product (TV or Computer Monitor) made by Defendants  anytime between March 1,1995 through November 25, 2007
The alleged defendants and co-conspirators are:  Chunghwa, LG, Phillips, Panasonic, Hitachi, Toshiba, Samsung SI, Thomson, TDA, Mitsubishi, IRICO, Thai CRT, Samtel Color, Orion and Videocon.
The deadline to file is March 1st.

Optical Disk Drive (ODD) Antitrust Litigation – $10,300,000

The Optical Disc Drives class action alleges that the defendants unlawfully conspired to fix, increase, and/or maintain the price of Optical Disc Drives sold between January 1, 2000 and December 31, 2010.
Optical Disc Drives are used to read or write to discs, including CDs, DVDs, or Blu-Ray discs. Optical Disc Drives are used in consumer products such as desktop computers, mobile/laptop computers, video game consoles, CD players/recorders, DVD players/recorders and Blu-Ray disc players/recorders.
Your company is likely eligible if it purchased Optical Disc Drives and/or products containing Optical Disc Drives between January 1, 2000 and December 31, 2010. Optical Disc Drives are used in consumer products such as desktop computers, mobile/laptop computers, video game consoles, CD players/recorders, DVD players/recorders and Blu-Ray disc players/recorders.

Lithium Ion Batteries Litigation – $6,750,000

The Lithium Ion Batteries class action alleges that the Defendants unlawfully conspired to fix, increase, and/or maintain the price of Lithium Ion Batteries sold between January 1, 2000 and January 1, 2012.
Lithium batteries are a type of rechargeable battery. Lithium batteries are sold separately or within consumer electronic products.
Your company is likely eligible if it purchased lithium ion batteries and/or the following products: (i) notebook computers; (ii) cell phones including smartphones; (iii) tablet computers; (iv) e-book readers; (v) MP3 players; (vi) personal digital assistants; (vii) handheld GPS; and/or (viii) handheld video game players in Canada between 2000 and 2012.