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RJ Reynolds, Phillip Morris to Pay $2.5 Million in Damages

A Florida judge rules the tobacco companies should pay compensatory damages to the surviving husband of a deceased smoker.

Teva, Baxter, McKesson Hit With $183M Verdict in Las Vegas Hepatitis C Outbreak Case

A Las Vegas jury found that Teva, Baxter and McKesson were liable for damages related to a Hepatitis C outbreak.

Reynolds, Altria Win Smoking Suit
Reynolds, Altria Win Smoking Suit

10/25/11 - 12:50 PM EDT

Jury found that addiction to cigarettes was not a legal cause of plaintiff's cancer.

TCW v. Gundlach Trial Results in Split Verdict

A Los Angeles jury sided with Gundlach on his breach of contract claim but also found that he stole TCW's trade secrets.

Las Vegas Hep C Outbreak Trial Begins
Las Vegas Hep C Outbreak Trial Begins

09/16/11 - 05:15 PM EDT

Trial involves 5 plaintiffs allegedly infected with Hepatitis C when they had routine endoscopy procedures.

Yamaha Must Pay $35M to Jet Ski Victims
Yamaha Must Pay $35M to Jet Ski Victims

08/31/11 - 01:00 PM EDT

Jury awards $35 million in damages against Yamaha related to WaveRunner accident that killed one teen and injured another.

Philip Morris, Reynolds, Lorillard Face New Engle-Progeny Trial

Searcy Denny's legal team of Jack Hill and Hardee Bass take on Philip Morris, Reynolds American and Lorillard in a new Engle-progeny tobacco trial.

Reynolds Faces Jury Trial in Smoker Case

A Florida jury is now hearing arguments in the latest smoker case against Reynolds American.

Marriage Not Worth a Dime in Costco Case

Las Vegas jury awards $240,000 related to a customer's injury on Costco property, but awarded no damages related to the divorce that followed.

Reynolds, Lorillard Lose Smoking Case
Reynolds, Lorillard Lose Smoking Case

05/23/11 - 03:16 PM EDT

A Florida jury on Friday found that defective cigarettes were the legal cause of the death of a smoker.

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