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[Virginia] New York Man Sentenced for Smuggling Contraband Cigarettes

Lee and another New York City resident traveled from New York City to Fredericksburg and Springfield in order to purchase bulk quantities of Virginia tax-stamped cigarettes from a Fredericksburg gas station owner. After completing their purchases, the pai
US Department of Justice (USDOJ)
added Oct 19, 2017 10:20
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DOCKET CAA v FDA Oct, 2017

68 MEMORANDUM OPINION re: 36 Proposed Intervenors’ Motion to Intervene. Signed by Judge Amit P. Mehta on 10/16/2017. (lcapm3) (Entered: 10/16/2017) 10/16/2017 69 ORDER. For the reasons stated in 68 the court’s Memorandum Opinion, the court denies 36 Pr
Tobacco On Trial
added Oct 19, 2017 01:25
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[Florida] Tobacco bond cap repeal teed up again in Legislature

Tobacco companies are hoping next year’s try at a bond cap repeal doesn’t go up in smoke. Legislation that would do away with the limit on the amount of money tobacco companies have to put up as appellate bonds has again been filed, this time for the 20
Florida Politics
added Oct 19, 2017 01:12
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Reynolds Balks At NJOY Trustee's Ch. 7 Investigation ($$)

fought back against an investigation by the Chapter 7 trustee for bankrupt e-cigarette maker NJOY Inc., telling a Delaware bankruptcy court it is not a creditor, had next to no relationship with NJOY and has already turned over all requested documents. N
Law360
added Oct 19, 2017 00:19
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[Florida] Court upholds $35 million verdict in smoker’s death

A South Florida appeals court Wednesday upheld a $35 million verdict — including $25 million in punitive damages — in a lawsuit filed against two cigarette makers over a lung-cancer death. The Miami-Dade County case
Florida Politics
added Oct 18, 2017 22:30
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LUNG CANCER FROM ASBESTOS MAY BE COMPENSABLE

a cause of the vast majority of lung cancer cases is tobacco smoke. A small, albeit significant portion of lung cancer cases occur due to asbestos exposure. When a victim of lung cancer from asbestos files a lawsuit, companies and even former employers
Top Class Actions
added Oct 18, 2017 22:09
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California wildfires claim iconic "Glass House" in Solano County

first built in 2003 by John Roscoe, a “tobacco packaging entrepreneur”...He later became involved in a lawsuit with R.J. Reynolds, who accused him of selling “gray market” cigarettes, and was convicted of fraud in 2011.
WGMD Newsradio 92.7 (Lewes, DE)
added Oct 18, 2017 16:13
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[California] ARCHIVE: The house in the clouds

John Roscoe, the Libertarian entrepreneur who founded Cigarettes Cheaper...was a retail juggernaut. It would grow over six years to 850 stores in 40 states... Cigarettes Cheaper’s collapse was more swift than its rise. First the company was sued by R.J. R
Napa Valley (CA) Register
added Oct 18, 2017 16:13
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[California] Fairfield's infamous 'Glass House' destroyed in Atlas Fire

The house was built in 2003 on the south summit by John Roscoe, founder of the "Cigarettes Cheaper!" discount chain....he spent $19 million in legal fees going up against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company who sued the Roscoes "for selling 'gray-market' cigar
San Francisco Chronicle
added Oct 18, 2017 16:11
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After Taking On Big Tobacco 20 Years Ago, Former Mississippi AG Is Trying Again With Opioids

MOORE: Well, Purdue is the culprit. What they did was they lied about the addictive nature of these drugs just like the tobacco industry did. Purdue said that there was less than 1 percent chance of getting addicted by taking their OxyContin under a doct
National Public Radio (NPR)
added Oct 18, 2017 16:07
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