November saw a full slate of big-ticket tobacco trials in courts across the country. Check out some of the top stories in CVN’s tobacco litigation coverage last month.
$5.57M Total Verdict Against RJR for 49-Year Old’s Lung Cancer Death
R.J. Reynolds was hit with a $5.57 million verdict last week for the role jurors found the company played in the lung cancer death of a Florida man. Read more.
Jury Awards $6M in COPD Trial Against R.J. Reynolds
Jurors last week awarded $6 million to a Florida woman after finding R.J. Reynolds responsible for the respiratory disease she developed after decades of smoking. Read more.
R.J. Reynolds & Philip Morris Prevail at Trial Over Massachusetts Man’s Cancer Death
A state court jury cleared the nation’s two largest cigarette makers of responsibility for a Massachusetts man’s throat cancer death after decades of smoking. Read more.
$5M Verdict Handed Down Against RJR for Camel Smoker’s Death
R.J. Reynolds was hit with a $5 million verdict Tuesday for the role jurors found the company and its Camel cigarettes played in the lung cancer death of a Florida man. Read more.
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