Case Study: Young v. Cree
This LawShelf case study takes an in-depth look at Young v. Cree, a potential class action lawsuit brought against an LED light bulb manufacturer that alleged fraud, breach of warranty and other torts. The lawsuit stemmed from allegations that claims made as to the bulbs' lifespans were unrealistic and fraudulent.
The case generated several written opinions, which are linked to below. In this video, we analyze the facts of the case, how the courts dealt with the major issues and how the causes of action, as discussed in this and other LawShelf courses, were applied in this real-life case.
Here are the links to the judicial opinions generated by this case:
ORDER RE: MOTION TO DISMISS:
ORDER DENYING MOTION TO DISMISS:
ORDER GRANTING IN PART AND DENYING IN PART DEFENDANT'S MOTION TO STRIKE:
ORDER: (1) GRANTING MOTION TO STRIKE AND EXCLUDE DR. GARY ALLEN; (2) DENYING AS MOOT MOTION TO STRIKE AND EXCLUDE MR. STEFAN BOEDEKER; (3) DENYING RENEWED MOTION TO CERTIFY CLASS: