In re Apple iPhone/iPod Warranty Litigation
In re Apple iPhone/iPod Warranty Litigation | U.S. District Court, Northern District of California
Co-lead counsel for plaintiffs in nationwide class action resulting from Apple’s use of Liquid Submersion Indicators (small pieces of dye-laden material with properties similar to litmus paper) (“LSIs”) to deny warranty claims by representing to customers that a red or pink LSI established that they had damaged their iPhone or iPod by exposing it to liquid, thereby voiding all applicable warranty coverage. Negotiated $53 million non-reversionary cash settlement, which resulted in class members receiving an average benefit that amounted to117% of their average losses -- meaning that average class members received a larger recovery from the settlement than the amounts they actually lost.
Opposing Counsel: Morrison | Foerster LLP