INTERIOR MOLDED DOOR CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT
Class Action Capital has identified that many corporations are likely eligible for compensation in connection with the Interior Molded Doors Class Action Settlement.
Many companies that we speak with are eligible for these refunds but do not wish to pursue the claims filing internally due to limitations in their time and resources.
Class Action Capital specializes in claim preparation and filing for over 5,000 corporate clients across the country. Our offer is to assist your company in recovering your pro-rata share of the settlement funds by handling all the heavy lifting – including data collection and analysis, claim preparation and filing – on your behalf. The only thing Class Action Capital needs to get started is for your company to complete our Claim Authorization Form (below). Once completed, we will get to work analyzing your claim to prepare and file for the impending deadlines in a timely manner.
Interior Molded Door Indirect Settlement
A $19,500,000 settlement has been reached to resolve allegations that that Jeld-Wen and Masonite, the manufacturers of approximately 85% of interior molded doors (“IMDs”) in the United States, conspired to fix prices of IMDs in violation of US antitrust laws.
IMDs simulate the aesthetic of solid wood doors at lower prices. They are the most common type of interior doors in American commercial and residential structures.
This settlement fund will compensate persons and entities who indirectly purchased one or more standalone IMDs that were manufactured or sold by either defendant not for resale in eligible states (listed below) between March 1, 2014 – September 4, 2020. One is considered to have purchased a door in an eligible state if they reside and/or are headquartered in that state, or if they actually purchased the door in that state.
Eligible states include Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Hawaii, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Note that while doors cannot have been purchased for resale, this pertains only to the door itself. An entity that purchases a door from someone other than the manufacturer and installs it into a home or structure (i.e. residential construction companies) that is then sold is considered to be the end payer and is likely eligible.
The settlement fund will be disbursed pro rata based on the number of eligible doors purchased by class members who file a valid claim before the official deadline of June 25, 2021.