Almost exactly one month ago, US based law firm Holzer, Holzer & Fistel opened a class-action lawsuit on behalf of THQ’s shareholders. The lawsuit was in response to the failed uDraw peripheral and the amount of money shareholders lost. That lawsuit also alleges that THQ deliberately withheld information from shareholders.

Now, a second law firm has opened an additional class-action lawsuit because of the uDraw peripheral. Yes, two identical lawsuits for the same group of people because of the same peripheral. New York based Levi and Korsinsky has filed the second class-action lawsuit on behalf of shareholders. Once again, the lawsuit alleges that THQ deliberately withheld information regarding the poor performance of the uDraw peripheral. What’s more, this lawsuit also highlights the specific poor performance of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of THQ’s failed device.

The lawsuit is open to any shareholder to join so long as they bought THQ shares between the 03 May 2011 and 03 February 2012.

Source: Gamesindustry International