HP Office Jet Pro 8500 Defect Class Action Lawsuit

 

The HP Office Jet Pro 8500 Defect Class Action Lawsuit revolves around claims that HP’s Office Jet Pro All-in-One printer (8500 series) has a defect that causes the printer to skip pages when printing.  A judge recently refused to dismiss the class action lawsuit.  The lawsuit is entitled Chaim Kowalsky, et al. v. Hewlett-Packard Company, et al and is in the jurisdiction of the United States District Court, Northern District of California, San Jose Division. 

Consumers have been complaining for years about this defect and it looks like they might be compensated at some point in the near future.  Judge Koh resides over the case.  He previously dismissed the case back in April but then the plaintiff, Chaim Kowalsky, filed an amended complaint in May and Judge Koh rejected the company’s latest motion to dismiss.   These printers suck is the bottom line.  Please check back for more updates and possible settlement information about the HP Office Jet Pro 8500 Defect Class Action Lawsuit.