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Law.com– The false-advertising lawsuit filed by attorneys at Holland & Knight in Florida and Haglund Kelley in Oregon claims Brazilian plywood exports are defective and falsely certified for strength and durabilty.

Michael Haglund, left, and Nathan Adams, right.
Michael Haglund, left, and Nathan Adams, right. Michael Haglund, left, and Nathan Adams, right. Courtesy photos

Ten U.S. plywood producers want a court order to stop the certification of Brazilian lumber mills, claiming the imports don’t meet U.S. durability standards for structures and hurricane resistance.