A U.S. district court judge is still pondering whether to dismiss a consolidated class action that accuses HP of violating consumer protection acts and computer fraud and crime laws when it used an inkjet printer firmware update to disable printing from aftermarket cartridges. But that doesn’t mean the case has been static. In recent days, there has been a flurry of activity in this class action.
(NOTE FOR READERS: Actionable Intelligence has seen a lot of reader interest in and comments submitted about articles discussing class actions filed against printer OEMs. Actionable Intelligence’s articles are written by analysts covering the printer industry, not class-action attorneys. We are not parties in any such litigation and cannot help you to be added as a plaintiff in a class action or ensure that you become a class member.)