Nintendo is no stranger to class action lawsuits with the Switch Joy-Con. A number of lawsuits have been filed around the world, and the latest has just been drafted in Quebec, Canada.
Lambert Avocat Inc. submitted this lawsuit, and it includes the Switch, Switch Lite, Pro Controller, and Joy-Con. The company claims that drift was a “hidden defect,” that breaks the Consumer Protection Act, and they're looking for restitution. Lambert Avocat is now rounding up more info from people who are suffering from drift in order to further the lawsuit.