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PUBLIC HEALTH INTERVENORS’ OPPOSITION TO DEFENDANTS’ REVISED CORRECTIVE STATEMENTS PROPOSALS AND REPLY IN SUPPORT OF THE UNITED STATES’ PROPOSALS Nov. 18, 2015

Once again seeking to re-litigate long-resolved issues, mischaracterizing the Court of Appeal’s rulings, and otherwise striving to further delay and complicate the relatively straightforward and narrow issue remaining before the Court, the Defendants hav
Tobacco On Trial
added Nov 19, 2015 04:28
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UNITED STATES’ REPLY BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF UNITED STATES PROPOSED CORRECTIVE STATEMENTS; OPPOSITION TO TOBACCO COMPANIES’ PROPOSALS, Nov. 18, 2015

Defendants recycle the same First Amendment and RICO arguments the Court has already seen; and put forward lightweight proposals that would do little to prevent and restrain future violations. As such, the United States’ current proposal should be adopted
Tobacco On Trial
added Nov 18, 2015 23:00
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DOCKET for USA v. PHILIP MORRIS USA, et al Nov. 18, 2015

Public Health Intervenors’ Opposition To Defendants’ Revised Corrective Statements Proposals And Reply In Support Of The United States’ Proposals / BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF UNITED STATES PROPOSED CORRECTIVE STATEMENTS; OPPOSITION TO TOBACCO COMPANIES’ PROPOSAL
Tobacco On Trial
added Nov 18, 2015 22:37
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Will the “Tobacco Strategy” Work Against Big Oil?

Read two pieces of writing...grasp what the litigation strategy against the tobacco companies was, how it succeeded, and why, despite its success, the war against Big Tobacco carries on...the 1,652-page opinion of Gladys Kessler... “Thank You for Smoking,
The New Yorker
added Nov 18, 2015 01:28
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The Wash. Post Doesn't Support Exxon Investigations -- Here's What It Had To Say About Tobacco Litigation

this is not the first time the Post has argued against the government...Post also criticized the Department of Justice lawsuit against tobacco companies that it is now citing to try to distinguish the tobacco companies' wrongdoing from that of Exxon.
Media Matters for America (blog)
added Nov 17, 2015 23:44
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AUDIO: 'Very Similar, if Not Identical'

Eubanks, who is now in private practice after successfully carrying out the largest civil (RICO) enforcement case ever filed, explains the currently known parallels between her case against Big Tobacco and the quickly mounting evidence against Big Oil whi
Sputnik (ru)
added Nov 14, 2015 02:17
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WRIGHT: Are Big Tobacco Companies Still Targeting the Youth?

At the end of the day, it’s our responsibility to teach the youth about the dangers of tobacco. If we all do our part, we have the potential to abolish youth smoking, and I can’t think of anyone who thinks that would be a bad idea. Well, besides big toba
Dunn County (ND) Herald
added Nov 14, 2015 00:52
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EXHIBIT 7: DECLARATION OF SMITH W. WELBORN, JR. (R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company) Nov. 11, 2015

Reynolds would incur significant costs in employee time and third-party vendor time, as well as actual costs in the millions of dollars, if it were to begin implementation based on corrective statements that were subsequently revised based upon further ap
Tobacco On Trial
added Nov 12, 2015 00:09
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Exhibit 6: DECLARATION OF MARK F. RUTLEDGE (R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company) Nov. 11, 2015

Consequently, the Plaintiffs' current proposed revisions to the Consent Order-including, but not limited to, the revised text of the corrective statements, the elimination of a stay pending appeal-materially affects the current implementation deadlin
Tobacco On Trial
added Nov 11, 2015 23:56
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EXHIBIT 5: DECLARATION OF K.C. CROSTHWAITE (PM USA) Nov. 11, 2015

implementing these corrective communications in the various media will be time-consuming...In addition to the losses outlined above, we will not be able to recoup costs...We estimate the costs of the third-party vendor services to exceed $800,000
Tobacco On Trial
added Nov 11, 2015 23:31
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