Yesterday, we found that a US-based law firm filed a class action lawsuit against Nintendo based on reports that the Joy-Con controllers for the switch may have "drift" problems  Most recently, Chimicles, Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith law firms filed a lawsuit against Nintendo of America for "alleged deficiencies" in the switch controllers. This follows from the firm's request to contact lawyers who are experiencing drift issues.
For the full update, visit the firm's website:
CSK & D filed a class action lawsuit against Nintendo of America, Inc. ("Nintendo"). ) for alleged deficiencies in the Joy Con controllers that are part of the Nintendo Switch game consoles. The complaint, which was filed with the US District Court for the Western District of Washington, alleges that the joysticks of the Joy-Con controllers are defective, causing users drift issues. In particular, the complaint alleges that the joystick on the Joy-Con controllers automatically registers movements when the joystick is not user-controlled and interferes with the game. The complaint, filed on behalf of buyers of switches and joy-con-controllers, alleges claims under various consumer protection laws as well as various warranty and general laws.
The complaint documents owners of switches who previously had problems with Nintendo's Joy controller and includes user comments from various video game and social media sites. Visit the company website to view the PDF version of the complaint.
Nintendo of America has not released any comments on the lawsuit at this time.