HDD/DRAM CLASS ACTION CAPITAL PARTNERSHIP PORTAL
Class Action Capital has been tracking two technology cases, Hard Disk Drive Indirect Antitrust and DRAM Class Action Antitrust, that we believe you could likely be eligible to claim refunds from if a claims process begins. It is very possible we will be able to handle these claims in a similar manner to the ODD settlement, in which we used our proprietary methodology in lieu of your purchase records and documentation.
Hard Disk Drive Indirect Antitrust
In re: Hard Disk Drive Suspension Assemblies Antitrust Litigation
The case alleges that Japanese manufacturers TDK and NHK illegally conspired to fix prices of suspension assemblies used in the devices. All persons and entities who indirectly purchased an HDD or finished product, not for resale, from January 2005 through May 2016 are likely eligible for a refund.
DRAM Class Action Antitrust
In re: Jones et al. v. Micron Technology Inc. et al, Case No. 4:18-cv-02518
The case alleges that Samsung, Hynix and Micron colluded to limit supplies of the memory type and drive up the prices of their products. Anyone in the USA who purchased a device using DRAM from July 1, 2016 through February 1, 2018 is likely eligible. These products are commonly used in smartphones, computers, gaming consoles and certain types of medical equipment.