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  • Gateway Inc. Hewlett-Packard Patent Infringement Settlement
    Hewlett-Packard Co. filed a lawsuit against its personal computer industry rival alleging infringement of 27 patents made from 1999 to the present. A new seven year cross licensing agreement between Gateway and Hewlett-Packard Co. has been arranged and awards HP a $47 million patent settlement. Gateway shares fell $0.08 to close at $2.28 while HP shares...
  • Hewlett-Packard Co. Spying Scandal Settlement
    Silicon Valley, CA: California Attorney General Bill Lockyer filed charges against the computer maker alleging unfair business practices regarding a spying scandal. The case was filed in Santa Clara County Superior Court and claimed Hewlett-Packard violated privacy and ethics laws. Boardroom leaks to the media prompted the HP Chairwoman to order a wide-ra...
  • Hewlett Packard Fax Machines Pose Fire Hazard
    HP Recalls 84,000 Model 1010 and 1010i Fax Machines Hewlett-Packard Co, of Palo Alto, CA., is recalling approximately 84,000 HP Fax 1010 and 1010i machines. An internal electrical component failure can cause overheating of the product posing a risk of burn or fire. This recall involves the HP Fax 1010 and HP Fax 1010xi models manufactured from N...
  • Batteries used in Hewlett-Packard, Toshiba and Dell Notebook Computers Recalled
    Reports of Overheating, Burns and Property Damage About 35,000 batteries (an additional 65,000 batteries were sold worldwide), are being recalled because the batteries can overheat, posing a fire and burn hazard to consumers. To date, there have been 19 reports of the batteries overheating, including 17 reports of flames/fire, 10 resulting in minor...
  • HP Expands Recall of Notebook Computer Batteries
    Washington, DC: Hewlett-Packard is recalling about 54,000 Lithium-Ion batteries used in Hewlett-Packard and Compaq notebook computers. This action follows an earlier recall issued in May 2009, in which 70,000 units were recalled. The batteries are being recalled because they can overheat, posing a fire and burn hazard to consumers. Since the...
  • Hewlett-Packard Company and Agilent Technologies Whistleblower Settlement
    San Francisco, CA: (Jul-17-07) In a recent development, the California Court of Appeal has revived a whistleblower lawsuit against Hewlett-Packard Company and a spin-off entity, Agilent Technologies, for knowingly selling defective, life threatening medical devices used by many California hospitals. The suit, filed by former Hewlett-Packard employee Robert...
  • HP Faces Class Action over Alleged Printer Software Design Defect
    San Francisco, CA: On December 1, 2011 a defective products class action lawsuit was filed in United States District Court Northern District of California against Hewlett-Packard Company ("HP"), on behalf of anyone who purchased a Hewlett Packard Printer. The lawsuit alleges violations of The California Consumer Legal Remedies Act for Injunctive Relie...
  • Private Investigators to pay over $600,000 settlement in boardroom spying case.
    Washington, DC: (May-28-08) The Federal Trade Commission brought charges against several private investigators, alleging that they fraudulently obtained consumers' private phone records without their knowledge and consent and sold them to third parties. The suit claimed that Hewlett-Packard Co., a Palo Alto, CA, based company, hired the investigators in...
  • Hewlett-Packard Enterprises Named in Gender Pay Discrimination Lawsuit
    Jan-7-19 Santa Clara, CA In late 2018, R. Ross and C. Rogus filed a class action California unpaid wages lawsuit against Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) that describes a pattern of gender-based pay discrimination. It’s hardly news, you think, that tech giants underpay women. But what may be most important about the lawsuit is the pervasiveness and typicality...
  • Defective Product Laws Protect Consumers
    Jun-5-09 Miami, FL When it comes to making purchases, you are probably very careful about avoiding defective products. After all, who wants to spend hard earned money only to wind up with a defective product personal injury? Surely no one out there would purposely spend money on a product that is known to be seriously flawed—and yet, there are still a lot o...
  • Hewlett-Packard and Bruce Dahlgren Lexmark Executive Breach of Contract Settlement
    Lexington, KY: Lexmark International, Inc. filed a lawsuit against the computer company and former Lexmark executive regarding Hewlett-Packard's employment of Bruce Dahlgren despite non-compete restrictions in Dahlgren's employment agreement with Lexmark. Under the terms of the settlement agreement, Lexmark will receive $525,000. Under the terms of Dahl...
  • Laser Printers linked to Respiratory and Heart Problems
    Oct-25-07 Seattle, WA: If your desk is close to a printer—particularly a Hewlett Packard printer —you might want to consider moving. Current research suggests that tiny particles, called ultrafine particles or particulate (UFP) from sources such as printer toner could be absorbed into the lungs and cause eye, nose, throat and lung irritation. Furthermor...
  • Samsung Electronics Co Ltd. DRAM Price Fixing Settlement
    The world's largest memory chipmaker and its subsidiary Samsung Semiconductor admitted to conspiring with rivals to set prices of dynamic random access memory sold to certain computer and server makers from April 1999 to June 2002. Samsung Electronics pleaded guilty to participating in a global price fixing conspiracy and agreed to pay a $300 million fi...
  • AMD Patent Infringement Settlement
    The computer chip maker has settled with Intergraph over a patent infringement lawsuit. AMD is to pay $10 million to Intergraph as well as royalties over three years, which will be capped at $25 million. In return for the settlement, Intergraph will drop all claims of infringement it has against customers who use AMD powered computers. As well as AMD...
  • Hewlett-Packard Company Announces Recall of 85,000 Notebook Computer Batteries in the U.S.
    April 20, 2006, Hewlett-Packard announced another Notebook battery recall due to risks of fire hazards and potential property damage. Over 15,000 batteries and 4,000 recalled batteries in the U.S. with L3 bar code label. October 14, 2005, Hewlett-Packard Company announced the recall of about 135,000 Notebook Computer Batteries world wide, with an esti...
  • HP Recalls Notebook Computer Batteries Due to Fire Hazard
    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Health Canada, in cooperation with Hewlett-Packard (HP) Co., of Palo Alto, CA, today announced a recall of about 70,000 Lithium-Ion batteries used in HP and Compaq notebook computers. They are being recalled because the batteries can overheat, posing a fire and burn hazard to consumers. To date, HP...
  • HP Expands Recall of Notebook Computer Batteries
    Washington, DC: Hewlett-Packard Company is recalling lithium-ion batteries used in HP and Compaq notebook computers because the batteries can overheat and rupture, posing fire and burn hazards to consumers. About 162,600 batteries are affected by this recall, 54,000 and 70,000 batteries were previously recalled in May 2010 and May 2009, respectively...
  • International Business Machines Corp. and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Government Contract Kickbacks Settlement
    Washington, DC: (Aug-16-07) The US Justice Department brought charges against International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, alleging that they made improper payments on government technology contracts. The suit was filed as part of a larger, ongoing federal investigation of three technology companies Hewlett-Packard Co., Sun M...
  • Pension Fund Stock Options, Mercury Interactive pays $117.5 million settlement to policyholders
    San Jose, CA: (Oct-15-07) A lawsuit was brought against Mercury Interactive, by a group of pension funds, alleging that there were concerns about the company's stock options practices. As part of a settlement reached, Mercury Interactive agreed to pay $117.5 million to resolve allegations. This move came after the company settled with the US Securities and...
  • Kirtland & Packard LLP Partner Michael L. Kelly Named Among Top 500 Plaintiffs' Attorneys in America by Lawdragon
    Aug-7-07 Los Angeles, CA: Kirtland & Packard LLP is pleased to announce that Michael L. Kelly has been named by Lawdragon to the publication's Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiffs' Lawyers in America. Mr. Kelly's profile will be included in the magazine's Winter 2007 issue, available later this month. The Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiffs' Lawyers in America is the fi...
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