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Third law firm seeking legal action against EA for ‘Battlefield 4’

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According to a report today from GameSpot, yet another law firm is seeking to make a legal claim against Electronic Arts regarding how its executives presented shareholders information about Battlefield 4.

This go around the Maryland-based law firm Brower Piven announced that they would be looking for shareholders to participate in a class-action lawsuit against EA that claims the publisher violated federal securities law.

Each of the lawsuits alleges that executives with EA purposely mislead shareholders on the state of Battlefield 4, which has seen its fair share of bugs since its launch on Oct. 29, to artificially inflate stock prices.

Earlier this week a class-action lawsuit filed by the law firm of Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd alleged that the EA executive sold their shares when shares increased.

EA did fire back, calling the claims “meritless.”

“We intend to aggressively defend ourselves, and we’re confident the court will dismiss the complaint in due course,” the publisher said in a statement.

You can read that full Examiner report by clicking here.

Last week the law firm of Holzer Holzer & Fistel announced that they would be investigating EA on similar legal claims.

You can read that full Examiner report by clicking here.

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