Intel Battery Life Class Action Lawsuit
Girard Gibbs filed a class action lawsuit in the Northern District of California, alleging that Intel Corp. took advantage of consumers’ willingness to pay more for laptops with longer battery lives, by creating a test called MobileMark2007 to inflate the battery life estimates of laptops with Intel processers.
The lawsuit followed reports from consumers and the popular press of substantially shorter laptop battery lifespans than that measured by the MobileMark 2007, which is often listed by computer manufacturers. Some consumers have complained that their laptop battery runs for as little as 50% of the advertised lifespan.
Does your laptop battery run out faster than its advertised life span?
If you believe that your laptop battery has a shorter life span than what was advertised or represented to you, or if you would like to learn more about our investigation, please fill out the form on the right for a confidential consultation with one of our consumer attorneys.
Why Girard Gibbs?
Girard Gibbs represents consumers, investors, employees, and businesses in cases involving consumer protection, personal injury, securities, antitrust, employment litigation and arbitration. The firm’s senior partners, Daniel Girard and Eric Gibbs, have been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2012 and Northern California Super Lawyers, and have earned AV-Preeminent ratings from Martindale-Hubbell, recognizing them in the highest class of attorneys for professional ethics and legal skills.