I think most Switch owners would agree that Joy-Con drift is an issue. Countless people have complained about the problem, contacted Nintendo about it, and gotten replacements. Even with all that evidence out there, Nintendo is reportedly arguing that Joy-Con drift isn't really a thing in a court battle.
The Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith law firm is currently involved the class-action lawsuit with Nintendo about Joy-Con drift, and they're looking for more input from Switch owners who've dealt with the issue. Their firm has sent out an email to a number of people who've gotten in touch about Joy-Con drift, as they're looking for more video evidence of the problem. You can read the law firm's email below.
“Thank you for contacting our law firm about the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Drift litigation. We are working on putting together a montage of video clips from Nintendo Switch owners such as yourself as a way to give voice to the joy-con drift issues you’ve experienced. This will be helpful to us in responding to Nintendo’s arguments about how this isn’t a real problem or hasn’t caused anyone any inconvenience.
In an effort to humanize and demonstrate these issues and their impact on consumers, it would be helpful to our prosecution of the case if you would submit a short (90 seconds or less) video to us describing your experience with the Joy-Con drift on your controllers.”
As you can see, Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith claims that Nintendo is saying Joy-Con drift "isn’t a real problem or hasn’t caused anyone any inconvenience." Now that's most certainly paraphrasing Nintendo's comments, but you'd have to imagine their defense in court is somewhere along those lines. With this statement being sent out, I would imagine Nintendo will have something to share publicly in the near future as well.