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[Florida] $500K in Punitives against Tobacco Cos. Push Verdict for Smoker’s Widow to $1.5M

The punitive verdict against R.J. Reynolds and Philip Morris follows last week’s award of $1 million to Gertrude Marchese, whose husband Salvatore died from lung cancer in 2004. Jurors in the trial’s first phase found Salvatore, who began smoking at 13,
Courtroom View Network (CVN)
added Oct 8, 2015 09:33

[Florida] BREAKING: Jury Hits Tobacco Cos. With $1.5M For Heavy Smoker's Death ($$)

pped R.J. Reynolds and Philip Morris with $250,000 each in punitive damages Tuesday, adding to a $1 million compensatory verdict it awarded to the family of a five-pack-a-day smoker who died of lung cancer but falling far short of the total damages sought
added Oct 6, 2015 21:55

[Florida] Jury Places Blame On Smoker, Makes RJR Pay Just $5K ($$)

found a Polish-American immigrant who died of lung cancer 98 percent responsible for her own lung cancer death, returning a paltry $5,000 verdict against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. The verdict came hours after the plaintiff's attorneys asked jurors to awa
added Oct 5, 2015 23:18

[Florida] Tobacco Cos. Should Be Punished, Jurors Told In Death Trial ($$)

family of a five-pack-a-day smoker who died of lung cancer urged a Florida jury Monday to award punitive damages against R.J. Reynolds and Philip Morris in addition to the $1 million compensatory verdict it returned last week, saying the tobacco companies
added Oct 5, 2015 23:17

[Florida] Philip Morris, RJR Hit With $1M Verdict In Smoker's Death ($$)

finding the companies partially liable for a five-pack-a-day smoker's lung cancer death and saying they also deserve to pay punitive damages for hiding cigarettes' dangers. The jury in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, found that plaintiff Sal Marchese is primar
added Oct 5, 2015 13:52

[Florida] Million-Dollar Award, Plus Possible Punitives, in Tobacco Trial Over Fatal Lung Cancer

Jurors Friday awarded $1 million, plus potential punitives, to a Florida widow who claimed two of the nation’s leading tobacco companies were responsible for her husband’s death following a half-century of smoking. Marchese v. Philip Morris, 2013-CV-00284
Courtroom View Network (CVN)
added Oct 4, 2015 11:40

[Connecticut, Florida] The Tobacco Cases

CIPOLLONE CASE The plaintiff in Cipollone v. Liggett Group was Rose Cipollone, who began smoking in 1942, when she was 16 years old. Shortly before she died of lung cancer in 1984 at the age of 58, her husband sued the company that manufactured the ciga
American Museum of Tort Law
added Oct 4, 2015 11:33

[Florida] Attorneys battle over fees in decertified class action against tobacco companies

Judge Brian J. Davis, in a Sept. 24 order, granted a motion by co-defendants The Wilner Firm PA and Farah & Farah PA, both Jacksonville-area law firms, to defer briefing of state court motions until after determination of jurisdiction and motion to reman
Legal NewsLine
added Sep 29, 2015 20:39

[Florida] GUS: RJ Reynolds takes another hit. Updated with add'l info on the 9/15 diary about RJR.

So much for the decades of shoulder shrugging, "I din't no nuttin" persona put on by Big tobacco. They were not only keeping up on current research, they were investing millions of dollars not only into whether or not cigarettes were addictive and le
Daily Kos (blog)
added Sep 28, 2015 19:46

[Florida] Terrell retires after 23 years, six as court's shepherd

Terrell's peers credit his leadership and planning fro helping them manage the caseload, especially in the tobacco cases..."Nobody knew what the law was," Judge Michael Jones said. "(Terrell) had to make a ton of decisions that ultimately set the preceden
Pensacola (FL) News Journal
added Sep 26, 2015 20:39
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