Previously, we had only heard about Rosen Law filing a lawsuit against CD Projekt on investors’ behalf. Notwithstanding, a new update shared on Yahoo Finance, and BusinessWire shows that collectively, 15 law firms have now filed a class-action lawsuit against CD Projekt S.A.
- Law Offices of Howard G. Smith
- Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP
- Rosen Law
- Frank R. Cruz
- Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman
- Bragar Eagel & Squire Law Firm
- The Schall Law Firm
- Jakubowtiz Law
- RM Law Firm
- The Klein Law Firm
- Levi & Korsinsky Law Firm
- Pomerantz Law Firm
- Law Offices of Vincent Wong
- Berger Montague
- The Gross Law Firm
It’s reasonable to presume that only 15 law firms are now suing CD Projekt. However, exputer suspects that there could be more, especially since not all Law firms announcements are in the spotlight.
Cyberpunk 2077’s mess began after a set of delays which followed a poor release crippled with bugs. The company is now being targeted for counterfeit proclamations, which are strictly related to good performance on current-gen consoles being incorrect. Besides, other investors and shareholders are also disappointed with the growing drops in stock, and treatment by Sony and Xbox over removing the game from designated stores.
CD Projekt’s reputation much or less has already been affected by Cyberpunk 2077 launch. We are now waiting for the outcomes and demands of these lawsuits – how CD Projekt will handle them. Their stocks have now significantly dropped, and it seems that apart from the known lies. More details are yet to be uncovered and shown to the public.