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HEAVYWEIGHT LITIGATION: WILL PUBLIC NUISANCE THEORIES TACKLE THE FOOD INDUSTRY?

20 No. 10 ANTILR 11Charles H. Moellenberg Jr., Esq.* Andrews Tobacco Industry Litigation Reporter (Approx. 6 pages)

HEAVYWEIGHT LITIGATION: WILL PUBLIC NUISANCE THEORIES TACKLE THE FOOD INDUSTRY?

20 No. 10 ANTILR 11Charles H. Moellenberg Jr., Esq.* Andrews Tobacco Industry Litigation Reporter (Approx. 6 pages)

20 No. 10 Andrews Tobacco Indus. Litig. Rep. 11
Andrews Tobacco Industry Litigation Reporter
*1 January 21, 2005
Commentary
Charles H. Moellenberg Jr., Esq.*aa1
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HEAVYWEIGHT LITIGATION: WILL PUBLIC NUISANCE THEORIES TACKLE THE FOOD INDUSTRY?

Imagine a society where a single trial judge could ban jelly donuts and potato chips from grocery store shelves. Consider the impact of a lone state or city official suing to force food manufacturers or suppliers of lawful products to reimburse the...
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