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Gibson Agrees to $300,000 penalty to Settle Hardwood Case.

by Journalist, author, blogger, musician at Pace University/The New York Times on Aug 06, 2012

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Gibson Guitar Corp. entered into a criminal enforcement agreement with the United States today resolving a criminal investigation into allegations that the company violated the Lacey Act by illegally ...

Gibson Guitar Corp. entered into a criminal enforcement agreement with the United States today resolving a criminal investigation into allegations that the company violated the Lacey Act by illegally purchasing and importing ebony wood from Madagascar and rosewood and ebony from India.
Details: Gibson Guitar agrees to $300,000 in penalties, forfeits $264,000 in confiscated Madagascar ebony & Indian Rosewood http://nyti.ms/RsPIWw

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