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Over $1 Billion paid to homeowners affected by defective Masonite siding & shingles.

Naef v. Masonite Corp, International Paper Co., Cosby v. Masonite Corp., Smith v. Masonite Corp, International Paper Co. | Mobile County, Alabama | Case No. CV-94-4033, Case No. CV-98-2446, Case No. CV-98-2447

Defective hardboard siding and shingles litigations resulting in settlement (after phase 1 of Naef trial) on behalf of four million consumers of products including Masonite hardboard siding, Omniwood OSB siding and Woodruf roofing material.

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