An earth-shattering 7.25 million dollar settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Weeks, et al. v. Google LLC
The case is under review in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California and class members can claim up to $500.
Visit www.pixelsettlement.com to file a claim or obtain other settlement documents.
Class members have until 10/7/2019 to file a claim.
PixelSettlement.com Contact Information
- Weeks v. Google LLC Claims Administrator c/o KCC Class Action Services LLC P.O. Box 404153 Louisville, KY 40233-4153
Who should file a claim?
Consumers in the United States who purchased a Google Pixel or Pixel XL that was manufactured before Jan. 4, 2017 and did not receive a replacement that was manufactured after Jan. 3, 2017 or refurbished after June 5, 2017.
Daniel C. Girard, Jordan Elias, Adam E. Polk, and Simon S. Grille from GIRARD SHARP LLP.
Benjamin F. Johns, Andrew W. Ferich, Zachary P. Beatty, and Beena M. McDonald from the law firm of CHIMICLES SCHWARTZ KRINER & DONALDSON-SMITH LLP.
The Google Defense Team
Bobbie J. Wilson, Patrick S. Thompson, Sunita Bali, Mara Boundy, Danielle C. Pierre, and Maria Nugent from PERKINS COIE LLP.
Pixel Settlement Recap
Class members claim the Pixel product defected upon purchase.
The defect reportedly results in microphone and speaker failure, making it difficult or impossible to make calls, issue voice commands via Google Assistant, or use other features.
Plaintiffs Patricia Weeks and Waleed Anbar filed the lawsuit way back in February 2018, alleging that these phones possess a microphone defect if they were manufactured before early 2017.
It should be noted that Google denies no actions of wrongdoing but have agreed to settle in order to avoid further trial.
How much will class members receive?
Between $20 to $500 depending on can prove they bought a defective product or had insurance.