TPLP

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TPLPTobacco Products Liability Project
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Mark Gottlieb, director of the Tobacco Products Liability Project, noted in a statement that the Williams decision "will loom large for the thousands of pending Florida claims recently filed in the wake of the Engle class action and should encourage more attorneys to take on individual tobacco products liability cases."
One of the things we did as the Tobacco Products Liability Project was to persuade people that these were good cases, that they were winnable cases, that the failures in the past could be remedied.
Richard Daynard, chair of the Tobacco Products Liability Project at Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, said it is "doubtful" that tobacco verdicts will be overturned because of Myers.
Daynard is a professor at Northeastern University School of Law in Boston and chair of the Tobacco Products Liability Project.
(7.) The Tobacco Products Liability Project is holding a "plaintiffs only" conference expanding on themes presented in this article at Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, Nov.
"I think these cases are viable everywhere in the country," said Richard Daynard, chair of the Tobacco Products Liability Project at Northeastern University in Boston.
Daynard is a professor at Northeastern University School of Law in Boston and chairman of the Tobacco Products Liability Project at the law school.
Tobacco lawyers claimed victory, but "there's much less there than meets the eye," said Richard Daynard, chair of the Boston-based Tobacco Products Liability Project. Although pre-1994 claims were eliminated, he said, the state "still can go forward with $800-plus million in back claims and $400-plus million in ongoing claims in future years."
"This historic verdict is a devastating blow to the tobacco industry's standard legal strategy of blaming the victim," said Richard Daynard, chair of the Tobacco Products Liability Project in Boston.
"Anyone supplying the components that go into a cigarette would be well advised to run for cover," said Richard Daynard, head of the antismoking Tobacco Products Liability Project at Northeastern University School of Law in Boston.
(22) The Tobacco Products Liability Project will host a conference of concerned attorneys and public health advocates in Boston on Dec.
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