Were you injured in an accident on the job? Did Battlefield 4 give you incontinence, space measles, or sinusoidal finger? Then you might have a case.
Law firm Holzer Holzer and Fistel, LLC is investigating whether EA claims from June 24, 2013 to December 4, 2013, "regarding the development and sales" of Battlefield 4 and its "impact on EA’s revenue and projects moving forward," "complied with the federal securities laws."
The firm is looking to see if EA's claims about the game during that six month period misrepresent its status in light of major quality issues on release that have necessitated shelving planned DLC in favor of applying patches. Those who purchased stock in the company during the period and suffered losses are encouraged to contact attorney Marshall P. Dees, Esq. at [email protected]
Anyone banking on that possible seven cent class action settlement check?
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