Investigation and pending class action lawsuit against Hewlett Packard Company.
The class action complaint alleges that Hewlett Packard misrepresented and concealed material facts regarding certain HP Pavilion notebook computers including a design defect, which causes the power jacks of the laptops to fail. Specifically, the defect affects the attachment of the power jacks to the motherboards of the laptops. As a result of the defect, the solder connection between the motherboard and the power jack is interrupted, which ultimately causes the laptops to fail.
The Hewlett Packard Pavilion laptops at issue in this class action lawsuit include laptops in the following series: dv, zd, ze, zt, zv and zx.
The class action lawsuit seeks to represent a class of all persons or entities in the United States who purchased, not for resale Hewlett Packard Pavilion Notebook model computers from the dv, zd, ze, zt, zv and zx series directly from Hewlett Packard or from authorized resellers.
Name (Stock Symbol)
Hewlett Packard Company (HPQ)
Hewlett Packard Company manufactures and sells computers and related hardware.
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