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PRO-BUSINESS GROUP WANTS THIRD REVIEW OF $80M SMOKING AWARD Philip Morris USA v. Williams

26 No. 9 ANTOXLR 12Andrews Toxic Torts Litigation Reporter (Approx. 4 pages)

PRO-BUSINESS GROUP WANTS THIRD REVIEW OF $80M SMOKING AWARD Philip Morris USA v. Williams

26 No. 9 ANTOXLR 12Andrews Toxic Torts Litigation Reporter (Approx. 4 pages)

26 No. 9 Andrews Toxic Torts Litig. Rep. 12
Andrews Toxic Torts Litigation Reporter
*1 June 4, 2008
Tobacco (Punitive Damages)
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PRO-BUSINESS GROUP WANTS THIRD REVIEW OF $80M SMOKING AWARD

Philip Morris USA v. Williams

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The Oregon Supreme Court invoked a rarely used procedural bar to skirt the U.S. Supreme Court's mandate to reconsider a $79.5 million punitive damages award in favor of a sick smoker's widow, a pro-business group has argued in an amicus curiae brief....
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