‘); //–> com.realmagnet.MagnetLeads.init(‘OrfhmQgk6sGIKGvE9vw’); com.realmagnet.MagnetLeads.visitPage(); LYONS, Ore. – The U.S. Structural Plywood Integrity Coalition, a group comprised of 10 domestic plywood producers, has filed a Lanham Act claim of false labeling against three U.S. certification agencies: PFS TECO, Timber Products Inspection Inc. and International Accreditation Service. The coalition claims certain structural plywood panels produced in South America are being fraudulently certified and stamped as compliant with U.S. product standards. Filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, the lawsuit claims 35 plywood plants in Paraná and Santa Catarina, Brazil, are falsely stamping millions of square feet of structural plywood panels imported into the United States as meeting the U.S. Voluntary Product Standard PS 1-09 for structural plywood. The suit charges PFS TECO and TPI of issuing PS 1-09 compliance certificates authorizing the plants to stamp plywood panels as meeting the PS 1-09 structural grade requirements — without independent testing performed — thereby making them eligible for sale as structural pan...