This settlement comes out of the bankruptcy proceeding of a company called Arctic Sentinel, Inc., formerly known as Fuhu, Inc., begun in 2015. The company made the Nabi brand children’s tablet. The original complaint for this class action, filed before the bankruptcy proceedings began, alleged that certain models of the tablets did not charge properly and were defective. At some point, the class action also made claims against Wistron Corporation, which made the tablets, and D&H Distributing Company, which distributed them. Meanwhile, Wistron and D&H had their own claims against Fuhu. The current settlement involves the class action, Fuhu, Wistron, and D&H.