Jury Finds Tobacco Industry, Not Brand, Culpable in Death of Marlboro Smoker

, Daily Business Review


A South Florida law firm won a $9 million verdict against two tobacco companies, including one whose cigarettes the plaintiff didn't smoke.

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  • V. Murthy

    WARNING TO SCOTT SCHELSINGER: Cheap hair-dye, often used conspicuously by pathetic middle-aged men, can cause certain brain cancers. So please tell your survivors not to sue should you eventually die of such cancers. The discovery process could get messy, as can the inexpert application of hair-dye.

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