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Claims Under ReviewWe are currently investigating claims related to:
- Former employees of Transco Energy Company who retired with a pension from The Williams Cos. as they may be owed more retirement money
- Ohio homeowners who used Challenge Financial Investors Corp. (also known as Challenge Mortgage and CFIC Mortgage) in a mortgage loan.
- Purchasers of Chinese drywall (throughout the nation including Florida, Georgia and Virginia) arising out of Chinese drywall imported between 2004 and 2006 during a dry wall shortage in the U.S. Because of odors and toxic omissions, structures containing the drywall can be rendered uninhabitable. It is believed that 300 million square feet of this drywall was imported during this time, potentially affecting as many as 40,000 homes, condominiums, and office buildings nationwide.
- Purchasers of American manufactured drywall which was manufactured from recycled scrap drywall or was manufactured from processed waste from coal fired power plants.
- Purchasers of National Gypsum, U.S. Gypsum or Georgia Pacific who are experiencing odors and toxic omissions, sulphur corrosion, blackening of air conditioning coils, wire, jewelry, etc.
- Retirees in cash balance pension plans who received their pension benefits in a lump-sum before August 17, 2006.
- Retirees of Asea Brown Boveri (ABB) Cash Balance Pension Plan who retired or otherwise terminated employment on or after January 1, 1992, received a lump-sum payment rather than an annuity, and did not sign a release of her/his retirement benefit claims
- Retirees of KeyCorp Cash Balance Pension Plan who retired or otherwise terminated employment on or after January 1, 1995 and who received her/his pension benefits in the lump-sum form of payment in 1995, 1996 or 1999
- Cash Balance Plan Retirees of Wyeth. Potential claimants come in two categories:
- Participants in the A.H. Robbins Retirement Plan who received a distribution of their pension benefits after the merger of that plan with the American Home Products Corporation Retirement Plan (which in 2000 had its name changed to the Wyeth Retirement Plan)
- Individuals who retired as participants in the American Home Products Corporation Retirement Plan (which in 2000 had its name changed to the Wyeth Retirement Plan) after the effective date of the amendment to the Wyeth Plan adopting the GATT interest rate and mortality table
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