Qualcomm Incorporated (Inflated Prices for Cellular Devices)

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This action seeks damages and other relief on behalf of Canadian purchasers of cellular devices (such as cell phones and tablets) that use modem chips. Modem chips are semi-conductor devices that enable cell phones and other devices to connect to cellular networks operated by providers such as Rogers and Bell.

The class action alleges that Qualcomm Incorporated engaged in anti-competitive, unreasonable, unfair, discriminatory, and bad faith conduct in the Modem Chip market since January 1, 2006 that resulted in consumers paying artificially inflated prices for cellular devices.

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Developments

The proposed class action is in the early stages of litigation.

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