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September 8, 2016

Posted  September 12, 2016

Houston-based Goodman Company L.P. agreed to pay a $5.55 million civil penalty to settle allegations that it violated the Consumer Product Safety Act by failing to timely inform the Consumer Product Safety Commission of a fire risk posed by certain air conditioning and heating units, many of which were installed in hotels, schools and hospitals.  The settlement also resolves allegations that when Goodman ultimately reported the fire risk, it misrepresented the number of fires that had occurred.  DOJ