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found Philip Morris-brand cigarettes did not cause the cancer that cost Jose Vila his larynx. A decades-long smoker, Vila sought up to $21.9 million in damages in his Engle progeny claim against the tobacco company. However, Robert McCarter, representing
Jan 23, 2015 Courtroom View Network (CVN)
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Cigarettes and hand-rolling tobacco will have to be sold in standardized packs in England starting in May next year, the U.K. government announced, bringing the country into line with practice in Australia.
Jan 22, 2015 Bloomberg News
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[Florida] Jury Finds Philip Morris Liable In Engle-progeny Cigarette Case; Awards Disabled Woman $17.2 Million In Compensatory And Punitive Damages
Donna Brown and awarded her $17.2 million in compensatory and punitive damages in the first federal court Engle-progeny cigarette trial of 2015. Ms. Brown began smoking cigarettes as a minor, became addicted, and now suffers from a painful disease that co
Jan 22, 2015 PR Newswire
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Illinois resident Howard Baldwin, who said he purchased the Anatabloc supplements for $99.99 per bottle, accused the companies and GNC Holdings Inc. of misleading consumers regarding the supplement’s effectiveness against these diseases.
Jan 21, 2015 National Law Journal
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six jurors heard closing arguments Thursday...They must determine if smoking was the cause of plaintiff Jose Vila Jr.’s cancer, if he was addicted to cigarettes containing nicotine, and whether addiction was the legal cause of his illness. If they find hi
Jan 22, 2015 Law360
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antismoking campaigners ask why they oppose it so vociferously... The scale of industry opposition is clear from the many law cases it has pursued in Australia — and lost...Any country that follows Australia’s example can expect a similar onslaught.
Jan 22, 2015 Financial Times (uk)
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The complaint doesn't claim that Weitz & Luxenberg did anything illegal, or that it knew how Silver was allegedly procuring his referrals. In fact, it states clearly that Silver "never told" Weitz & Luxenberg's managing attorney or the lawyers leading its
Jan 22, 2015 Litigation Daily
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was also at the center of a $41.1 million verdict that a Florida federal jury in October awarded a smoker…as well as a $26.6 million verdict handed down by another Florida jury in September favor of a smoker who said the company misled her by advertising
Jan 22, 2015 Law360
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Records reflect that SILVER was credited with referring more than 100 clients to the firm, the majority of which were referred for potential asbestos litigation, rather than negligence or other types of personal injury litigation as SILVER had claimed
Jan 21, 2015 Scribd
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[New York] HAMMOND: How Speaker Sheldon Silver and his tort bar colleagues have created a "judicial hellhole"
Silver has also collected a six-figure income from Weitz & Luxenberg — one of New York’s biggest and most aggressive filers of personal-injury lawsuits — without clearly disclosing what he does for that money.
Dec 17, 2014 New York Daily News
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