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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

ESTATE OF SCHWARZ EX REL. SCHWARZ v. Philip Morris

... Plaintiff asserted three claims for relief based on allegations of negligence, strict product liability, and fraud in the manufacture, marketing, and research of defendant's brand of low-tar cigarettes. At trial in 2002, plaintiff adduced the following evidence. ...

Lowe v. Philip Morris USA, Inc.

... P. Arley Harrel, of Williams, Kastner & Gibbs PLCC, Seattle, WA, filed the brief for amicus curiae Product Liability Advisory Council, Inc. With him on the brief was Hugh F. Young, Jr., Product Liability Advisory Council, Inc., Reston, VA. ...

Williams v. Philip Morris Inc.

... accomplish. Oregon law provides that, in product liability actions (such as the present case), punitive damages should be awarded (if at all) based on seven criteria. ORS 30.925(2), which sets out that requirement, provides: ...