Samsung Galaxy Gear S Smartwatch

February 2018: A federal judge granted in part and denied in part Samsung’s motion to dismiss the amended complaint, dismissing the New Jersey consumer fraud state law claims finding that Georgia law applies to plaintiffs’ claims, and dismissing unjust enrichment claims finding that there was not a direct relationship between plaintiffs and Samsung. Plaintiffs’ other claims will move forward and the judge gave plaintiffs leave to amend their consumer fraud claims under Georgia law.

June 2015: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Samsung for allegedly falsely advertising the Samsung Galaxy Gear S Smartwatch as having a battery that would last 24 to 48 hours without being charged when, according to plaintiffs, the battery dies after about 4 hours of normal use. (Plaintiffs filed an amended complaint in June 2017.) (Noble et al v. Samsung Electronics America, Inc., Case No. 15-cv-3713, D. NJ.)

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