CPM Investigating Sharp Corporation For False Advertising Of Their Televisions
Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy is currently investigating potential claims on behalf of consumers who purchased a Sharp television that may have been falsely advertised and which may not comply with federal safety regulations. The false advertising may include the size of the picture, the brightness of the television and UL standards for certain televisions.
Sharp Corporation has filed a lawsuit against Hisense Electric Company, which licensed the Sharp brand for televisions sold in the U.S., accusing Hisense of putting the Sharp brand name on poor-quality televisions and deceptively advertising them.
The affected TV models include:
LC-32N4000U LC-40N3000U LC-40LB480U LC-40N5000U
LC-43N4000U LC-43N6100U LC-43N610CU LC-43N7000U
LC-50N3100U LC-50N4000U LC-50N5000U LC-50N6000U
LC-50N7000U LC-55LB481U LC-55N4000U LC-55N5300U
LC-55N6000U LC-55N620CU LC-55N7000U LC-60N5100U
LC-60N6200U LC-60N7000U LC-65N5200U LC-65N7000U
LC-65N9000U LC-70N7lOOU LC-75N620CU LC-75N8000U
If you purchased a Sharp television with one of the above model numbers after January 2016, you may be impacted by our firm’s investigation. If you would like to learn more about our investigation or have any questions, please contact Alexandra Summer by email at email@example.com or by telephone at (650) 697-6000. Or by filling out this form.