Final approval of the settlement was granted by the Court on Mar. 5, 2014.
Hagens Berman represented owners of residence or commercial buildings or other structures (other than a commercial building or other structure in a “marine environment”) in the United States with a deck constructed of composite decking, railing or fencing material sold under the brand or trademark Veranda Composites Decking, Veranda Traditions Composite Decking, Veranda TD Composites Decking, Fiberon M Pro Series Composite Decking, Fiberon Tropics, Fiberon Classic Composite Decking or Portico Composite Decking that was purchased and installed after Mar. 14, 2008. Class members may receive various benefits under the settlement.
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