In 2010, a federal court ruled that the Chinese drywall firm, Taishan Gypsum Company (owned by the Chinese government), was liable for damage to seven Virginia homes caused by contaminated drywall they had manufactured. This case would possibly have been expanded to all homes affected by drywall from this company. However, the Chinese drywall company stopped showing up for court and did not pay the damages ordered.
However, on March 17, 2015, Taishan returned to court and agreed to pay the court-ordered damages to the Virginia families.
For further information, click here to see courts filings in the case