This litigation relates to Air Conditioning Systems purchased directly from a Defendant.
“Air Conditioning Systems” refers to systems that cool the interior environment of a vehicle and are part of the thermal segment of the automotive market. Air Conditioning Systems, whether sold together or separately, are defined to include one or more of the following: automotive compressors, condensers, control panels, HVAC units (typically consisting of a blower motor, actuators, flaps, evaporator, heater core, and filter embedded in the plastic housings), sensors, and associated hoses and pipes.
A settlement with the VALEO Defendants was approved by the Court on November 21, 2018. To see documents relating to the VALEO settlement, click here.
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