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Classy Action: Lawsuit Alleges EA Misled Over BF4 Bugs

By Graham Smith on December 19th, 2013.

OBJECTION!

It seems you’re not the only ones who don’t love EA. Law firm Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP are pursuing action against the company for claims that Electronic Arts withheld information about the state of Battlefield 4 in order to artificially increase their share price. Now that the game is out, buggy and struggling commercially, Electronic Arts’ share price has dipped. That makes investors not so happy also lawyers quite happy.
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