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Workers move sheets of drywall at a wholesale market in Shanghai, China, on Monday, Oct. 26, 2009. The U.S., which has halted imports of drywall from China, is testing the products and working with the Chinese government on the investigation. Photographer: Kevin Lee/Bloomberg Workers move sheets of drywall at a wholesale market in Shanghai, China, on Monday, Oct. 26, 2009. The U.S., which has halted imports of drywall from China, is testing the products and working with the Chinese government on the investigation. Photographer: Kevin Lee/Bloomberg

A notice in Florida and Virginia federal courts might signal the conclusion of about 10 years of litigation over Chinese drywall.

Zach Schlein

Zach Schlein is a writer based in Miami. Originally from Montville, New Jersey, he holds a B.A. in political science from the University of Florida and is the litigation reporter for Daily Business Review. He can be reached at his email address, zschlein@alm.com

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