Earlier this month, a Tennessee TV station slammed a local store for using reports from EGL International, a lab that it claims has lower grading standards. (EGL International did not return a request for comment on that report.) That report found a receptive audience in EGL USA, which has been engaged in an eight-year legal battle with other EGLs stemming from its attempts to have overseas EGL reports banned from U.S. shores. That case went to trial in June 2013, but no decision has been issued… …read more

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