Lumber Liquidators settles with DOJ for Lacey violation

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Toano, Va.—Lumber Liquidators will pay $10 million to settle criminal charges with the Department of Justice for its violation of the Lacey Act.

The company will pay a $7.8 million fine, an $880,825 community service payment and $350,000 to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and the Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Fund. Lumber Liquidators will also forfeit $969,175, though it hasn’t specified who will receive the forfeiture payment.

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