Clients | Register
In The Media
Akerman Represents QBex Computadores SA in $100 Million Suit Against Intel Corp. Over Faulty Smartphone Chips, Fortune Reports
June 13, 2017
Akerman is representing Brazilian electronics brand QBex Computadores SA (QBex) in a $100 million lawsuit against Intel Corporation (Intel). Filed in California federal court, the action charges that Intel provided Qbex with faulty microprocessors for its smartphone line, which caused phones to overheat, among other dangerous consequences. Luis A. Perez, co-chair of the Latin America & The Caribbean Practice, is leading the Akerman team representing QBex, which includes Darryl R. Graham, Mark Riera and Francisco A. Rodriguez. The case was reported by top national and technology publications, including, EETimes, ExtremeTech, Law360 and, among many others.

Fortune.comBrazilian Electronics Seller Sues Intel over Overheating Phones
inshortsBrazil Firm Sues Intel for $100 MN over Overheating Phones
EEtimesIntel Chip Defects Cause Cell Phone Overheating, Brazil Dealers Claim $100 Million
ExtremeTechIntel Sued for Allegedly Defective, Exploding Phones
Library of Smart InvestorsIntel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) Sued by Brazilian Firm Qbex Computadores Due to Overheating Phones
Law360Brazilian Smartphone Maker Seeks $100M For Faulty Chips

Related Practices
Related Biographies

Home | Contact Us | Terms & Privacy Policy | Disclaimer | Follow Akerman on Twitter   Connect with Akerman on LinkedIn
©2017 Akerman LLP, Akerman (Nevada) LLP. Attorney Advertising.