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A Massachusetts state court jury Friday afternoon awarded the family of a former brake worker $43.1 million after finding R.J. Reynolds liable for his lung cancer death, but jurors cleared Philip Morris and an auto parts company of responsibility.
Friday asked 21 e-cigarette companies, including the makers and importers of Vuse Alto and myblu, to cough up information about whether more than 40… T
alleging that multiple entities infringe the claims of several of Juul Labs’ patents, and requesting the ITC prevent the continued importation, distribution, selling, and marketing of the identified products in the United States. The ITC action is part of
A measure ending exemptions for casinos and more than 90 bars under St. Louis County’s seven-year-old smoking ban will appear on ballots here Nov. 6, but the votes on it won’t count after an appellate court on Tuesday upheld a lower court’s ruling. A co
ClaimsFiler, a FREE shareholder information service, reminds investors that they have until November 5, 2018 to file lead plaintiff applications in a securities class action lawsuit against Philip Morris International Inc. (NYSE: PM), if they purchased th
said in court documents Friday the earliest it can finish revamping tobacco warning labels is summer 2021, explaining the government can’t rush building an arsenal…
R.J. Reynolds, Philip Morris and an auto parts company should pay $27 million in damages for selling cigarettes and asbestos-laden brakes that combined to cause a man’s fatal lung cancer, counsel…
Carlos Ortiz, 60, died in 2008, four years after being diagnosed with severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD. Ortiz, who began smoking as a teenager, continued smoking up to three packs a day throughout his life… family contends a widesp
In this tobacco case, plaintiff claims defendant cigarette maker hid the dangers of smoking, which caused addiction and disease.
U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) naming 18 entities, most of them based in the United States or China, accusing them of developing and selling products based on its patented technology.