well it was bound to happen!
hd-dvd Lawsuit investigation
Toshiba HD DVD Investigation
Did you buy a Toshiba HD DVD Player only to find out that it is now obsolete?
Girard Gibbs is currently conducting an investigation on behalf of consumers who purchased Toshiba HD DVD players.
On February 19, 2008 Toshiba announced that it would no longer support the HD DVD format. Up to the announcement, Toshiba continued to market HD DVD players to potential customers. Consumers complain that they have invested hundreds of dollars in a technology that has become obsolete in less than two years. If you purchased an HD DVD player and would like to learn more about our investigation, please fill out the form below.
Girard Gibbs, a national litigation firm specializing in consumer class actions, securities and complex business litigation, has recovered billions of dollars on behalf of its clients. Girard Gibbs’s managing partner Daniel Girard was recently voted one of Northern California’s Super Lawyers by Law & Politics Magazine, recognizing him as one of the top 5-percent of attorneys practicing in Northern California.
IMO the only people with a leg to stand on are those that bought players at fire sale prices between the Warner announcement & Toshibas announcement they were dropping hd-dvd & how many of those sales were to people buying an extra player because they knew hd-dvd was dead & they wanted a backup?
If you bought it before the WB announcement you should have known you were taking a chance on having an obsolete format.
The only ones that will make any $$$$$$$ off this is the lawyers!