NVIDIA Corporation, along with four other companies associated in the designing, manufacturing, and distribution of GeForce GTX 970 graphics cards, allegedly misrepresented the gigabytes (“GB”) of video random access memory (“VRAM”) in the product.
We filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of purchasers of GeForce GTX 970 graphics cards to recover the loss of money and property suffered by purchasers who bought the misrepresented product at a price premium. After two years of litigation, we negotiated a nationwide settlement valued at roughly $4.5 million.
Class members received $30 per GeForce GTX 970 purchase. The court awarded our clients an additional $1,500 apiece.