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W.VA. FED. JUDGE RETURNS LIGHT-CIGARETTES SUIT TO STATE COURT Virden v. Altria Group

19 No. 12 ANTILR 4Andrews Tobacco Industry Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

W.VA. FED. JUDGE RETURNS LIGHT-CIGARETTES SUIT TO STATE COURT Virden v. Altria Group

19 No. 12 ANTILR 4Andrews Tobacco Industry Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

19 No. 12 Andrews Tobacco Indus. Litig. Rep. 4
Andrews Tobacco Industry Litigation Reporter
*1 February 20, 2004
Class Action (Light Cigarettes)
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W.VA. FED. JUDGE RETURNS LIGHT-CIGARETTES SUIT TO STATE COURT

Virden v. Altria Group

A federal judge in West Virginia has found that a lawsuit charging Philip Morris USA Inc. with unjust enrichment and violation of the state's consumer credit law belongs in the state court where it was filed. The judge said there are no substantial...
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