It is official, this week Lumber Liquidators has finally made the decision to pull all hardwood floors made from China off the shelves and stop selling these potentially toxic products. Carl Tobias, a University of Richmond Law School professor, said the company’s decision to suspend Chinese laminates should have been done sooner.
Since the 60 Minutes New Story about Lumber Liquidator flooring products containing high levels of formaldehyde, their stock has fallen about 60% and more than 100 class-action suits have been filed against the company.
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