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Chinese Drywall Maker Appeals Ruling

In April 2010, U.S. District Judge Eldon E. Fallon in New Orleans  awarded damages to seven Hampton Roads homeowners whose properties were built with Chinese-made drywall. Attorneys had selected seven homes in Virginia – one in Virginia Beach, two in Newport News and four in Williamsburg – to serve as a cross-section of homes affected by the drywall across the country.

Fallon ruled that all drywall in the homes should be removed, along with all items that have suffered corrosion as a result of the drywall and anything damaged in the process of removal.

Because Taishan did not respond to lawsuits, Fallon entered a default judgment against the company last fall.

The Chinese manufacturer has now appealed the federal court decision. homeowners.

Taishan Gypsum Co. Ltd.’s filing on Thursday marks the first time that the company owned by the Chinese government has responded to any lawsuit filed against it in the United States

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