Disk Drive Buyers Reach Deals With Samsung, Toshiba

Law360 (May 15, 2018, 7:33 PM EDT) -- A class of optical disk drive end consumers has reached deals with Samsung and Toshiba to end price-fixing litigation against the Korean and Japanese tech giants, according to a new court filing in the Ninth Circuit, where the class is seeking to reverse an earlier loss in the case.

The indirect purchaser class, which covers those that bought ODDs and devices at the end of the supply chain rather than straight from the manufacturers, filed a request with the Ninth Circuit on Monday to extend the...
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