...consultant, who previously was vice president and associate general counsel at Altria Client Services Inc. and a partner at Shook, Hardy & Bacon; ...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
A federal law on cigarette advertising pre-empts a New York City regulation requiring merchants to display in their stores gruesome pictures of lung disease, brain damage and decaying teeth, the U.S.
...for a quick trial in 2002 instead of forcing their cancer-ridden client to wait for the Supreme Court ruling. "He wanted...
Last month, a Los Angeles jury awarded $13.8 million in punitive damages to the daughter of Betty Bullock, a smoker who had sued Philip Morris USA Inc. before she died of cancer. It was a huge loss &
Big Tobacco and other major businesses took a hit Monday when the California Supreme Court ruled that class actions over alleged fraud can go forward, even if it's impossible to tell whether every pl
...cigarette makers for compensatory and punitive damages. Murray Garnick, Altria client services senior vice president and associate general counsel, speaking on behalf of...
In a major victory for tobacco companies, a Manhattan appellate court Thursday reversed a 73-year-old lung cancer victim's $3.4 million compensatory damage award against two industry giants and threw
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