The ugly rash of shareholder lawsuits against IT vendors has spread to hard disk maker Western Digital. A New York law firm acting for investors has filed a class action suit in the District Court of Southern California alleging that, between 28 December 1996 and 2 December 1997, the company artificially inflated its stock price and deferred the write-down of obsolete inventory, allowing Western Digital insiders to dispose of their shares at a high price.
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