Nintendo Urges Arbitration For Faulty Wii Controller Suit

Law360, New York (February 13, 2013, 1:26 PM EST) -- Nintendo of America Inc. urged a California federal court on Monday to stay proceedings in a putative consumer class action over allegedly faulty Wii U controllers and move the case to arbitration, arguing that the plaintiff consented to a user agreement with a valid arbitration clause.

The video game giant claimed it notified plaintiff Joubin Rahimi multiple times of the user agreement that requires all disputes relating to Wii U gaming console use to be resolved individually through arbitration. The document says if Rahimi did not...
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Case Title

Rahimi v. Nintendo of America Inc.


Case Number

3:12-cv-06351

Court

California Northern

Nature of Suit

Prop. Damage Prod. Liability

Judge

Thelton E. Henderson

Date Filed

December 14, 2012

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