A class action lawsuit was filed against Apple this week on behalf of consumers and resellers of the company’s products. The suit, filed in California Superior Court in San Francisco, seeks to include in the consumer class any person in the U.S. who purchased Apple products or repair services since Jan. 1, 1995. “The plaintiffs allege that Apple failed to fully honor service contracts and warranties, didn’t get repair and service businesses properly licensed, stole trade secrets from its own resellers, and sold used computer equipment as new,” reports Forbes. “They are charging Apple with Unlawful Business Practices, Misappropriation of Trade Secrets, Breach of Contract, and violations of the Consumers Legal Remedies Act and the Song Beverly [Consumer Warranty] Act.”