The SRAM class action was commenced on behalf of direct and indirect consumers of SRAM. The claim alleges price-fixing by the defendant manufacturers of SRAM during the class period set out above. The Statement of Claim pleads conspiracy, breach of the Competition Act, tortuous interference with economic relations and unjust enrichment.
This action is being brought in conjunction with a similar action commenced by our co-counsel in the provinces of Ontario and Quebec.
The claims process in the case alleging price fixing of SRAM and products containing SRAM is now open. Consumers, businesses and other organizations can now submit claims for compensation from over $4.85 million in settlements.
Persons resident in Canada (individuals, businesses and government entities) can get money from the settlements if you bought sufficient SRAM and/or certain electronic devices containing SRAM between January 1, 1998 and December 31, 2005. The electronic products that are eligible for compensation are:
You must have purchased a minimum quantity of SRAM and/or eligible SRAM products to be eligible to make a claim. The online claim calculates the value of your SRAM purchases and will inform you if you do not have sufficient SRAM purchases to make an End User claim.
Please visit www.sramsettlement.ca for:
Copies of the short form Legal Notice and the long form Legal Notice:
SRAM Claims Process Is Now Open - View
Hearings set to approve Samsung Settlement in Quebec, Ontario and BC in October and November 2013 - View
SRAM Class Action – November 21, 2012 – Courts Approve Certification and Publication re: Micron Settlement - View
SRAM Class Action – September 26, 2012 – Micron Settlement - View