HP must face printer lawsuit, judge rules

Dismisses HP's own attempt at dismissal - again

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HP must face class action lawsuit over its defective all-in-one printers, judge rules
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HP must face class action lawsuit over its defective all-in-one printers, judge rules

A federal judge has ruled that HP must face a class action lawsuit in the USA, in which plaintiffs contend that the company's all-in-one printers stop operating entirely when ink levels become low.

Filed in June in the Northern District of California federal court, the lawsuit has faced several dismissal attempts from HP - but last week, US District Judge Beth Labson Freeman tossed out the co...

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