Bamboo Settlement Lawsuit
A mind-blowing 30 million dollar settlement has been announced in the class action lawsuit entitled Gold, et al. v. Lumber Liquidators Inc.,
You can file a claim or learn more about the case at www.bamboosettlement.com.
Plaintiffs claim that Lumber Liquidators, the seller of Morning Star Strand Bamboo, omitted information about Morning Star Strand Bamboo products over a period of years concerning the flooring’s ability to withstand ambient moisture.
Lumber Liquidators deny any actions of wrongdoing but have agreed to settle in order to avoid further litigation.
BambooSettlement.com Contact Info
- Mail: Gold v. Lumber Liquidators Inc. c/o CPT Group Inc. 50 Corporate Park Irvine, CA 92606
- Email: BambooSettlement@cptgroup.com
- Phone: 1-888-404-0164
Who should file a claim?
“Consumers who purchased Lumber Liquidators Morning Star Strand Bamboo flooring between Jan. 1, 2012 and March 15, 2019.”
In order to get a slice of the settlement pie, you MUST file a claim.
Class members do not need to hire a lawyer as they will be represented by…
Charles LaDuca and Brendan Thompson from CUNEO GILBERT & LADUCA LLP -Michael Ram from ROBINS KAPLAN – Jeffrey Cereghino THE CEREGHINO LAW GROUP.
Lumber Liquidators will be represented by Bethany Lukitsch from MCGUIRE WOODS LLP.
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- Gold, et al. v. Lumber Liquidators Inc.,
- Case No. 3:14-cv-05373
- Under review in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California
“The Defendant denies all claims and allegations and contends that the product performs properly, however Defendant entered into this Settlement in order to avoid further expense, to dispose of burdensome and protracted litigation, and to avoid the uncertain outcome of proceeding with this litigation”