Litigation is mounting against the world’s biggest manufacturers of rechargeable lithium ion batteries, who consumers accuse of complicity in an illegal price-fixing scheme.

At least 10 class actions have been filed in federal courts against the Japanese and Korean companies Panasonic, LG, Sony, Samsung, Sanyo and Hitachi and their American subsidiaries, which are all based in California and New Jersey.

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