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‘Chinese Drywall’ refers to defective drywall or wallboard imported from China between 2004 and 2007. Importation of Chinese-manufactured drywall increased substantially during a shortage of American-made drywall due to the rebuilding efforts following Hurricane Katrina and other storms that ravaged the Gulf Coast. Some reports state that Chinese-drywall can be found in homes built as early as 2001. Florida, Virginia and Louisiana are central locations for homes in distress.
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A California judge has ruled that Essure lawsuits filed by women who claim serious injury caused by the permanent birth control device, will be allowed to advance despite the manufacture’s claim of [...]August 16, 2016 By: Seeger Weiss read more
On the heels of what could be the largest class action settlement in US history regarding the Volkswagen emission scandal, Mercedes-Benz US and its parent company, German automaker Daimler, are now under [...]July 1, 2016 By: Seeger Weiss read more
June 28, 2016–A proposed settlement of the Volkswagen “Clean Diesel” Marketing, Sales Practices, and Products Liability Litigation has been filed in the Northern District of California, where the federal multidistrict litigation is [...]June 29, 2016 By: Seeger Weiss read more