LA. COURT WON'T ALLOW EVIDENCE OF SMOKERS' FAULT IN MEDICAL MONITORING TRIAL Scott v. American Tobacco Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

LA. COURT WON'T ALLOW EVIDENCE OF SMOKERS' FAULT IN MEDICAL MONITORING TRIAL Scott v. American Tobacco Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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18 No. 5 Andrews Tobacco Indus. Litig. Rep. 4
Andrews Tobacco Industry Litigation Reporter
November 25, 2002
Class Action (Medical Monitoring):
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LA. COURT WON'T ALLOW EVIDENCE OF SMOKERS' FAULT IN MEDICAL MONITORING TRIAL

Scott v. American Tobacco Co.

A class-action suit against the tobacco industry seeking medical monitoring costs will not include evidence of comparative fault shared by the plaintiffs but will focus solely on the defendants' liability, the Louisiana Supreme Court has ruled. The...
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