Joy-Con drift lawsuit potentially being investigated by USA law firm

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The three attorneys listed for Joy-Con drift lawsuit investigation - Benjamin F. Johns, Andrew W. Ferich, and Alex M. Kashbura - all include defective products and consumer fraud among their areas of practice.

After assessing the situation, the U.S. law firm thus chose to officially present a Class Action (a collective lawsuit) against Nintendo of America "to make a complaint about the alleged defect of the Joy-Con controllers that are part of the Nintendo Switch console".

Joy-Con drift has been a major issue for many Switch users for some time now.

There's no actual official fix for the issue, meaning that your options consist of sending in your Joy-Cons for repair, purchasing a DIY kit and doing it yourself, or just giving up and buying brand new Joy-Cons. Some users have complained that their Joy-Con analog sticks were malfunctioning, causing unintended movements in games.

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However, when I attempted to follow the link to the page on the law firm's website concerning the Joy-Con lawsuit, I was met with a screen informing me that the website had been temporarily taken down.

CSK&D posted a contact page for the investigation, asking Joy-Con owners for information about when they purchased their Switch (and additional Joy-Cons, if applicable), when the joystick drift problem began, whether or not the Joy-Con owner has contacted Nintendo, and, if so, how Nintendo responded.

Now, in the latest development, the lawsuit against Nintendo of America has been officially filed by the law offices of Chimicles, Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith for "claims relating to alleged defects" in the Switch controllers. We took this screenshot. Visit the firm's website to view the PDF version of the complaint.

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