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04 Sep
WBM Investigates Charges of Defective Roofing Products From Tremco

WB Investigates Charges of Defective Roofing Products From Tremco

by Gary Mason | Consumer Products | Share

Whitfield Bryson LLP is investigating potential claims that a roofing and construction products company has knowingly sold defective products to commercial builders. The law firm’s review follows a $60.9 million settlement that RPM International, Inc. and its subsidiary, Tremco, Inc., reached last week with the federal government to recover damages and civil penalties arising from…

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