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CVN Heavyweights: Attorneys Who Draw A Crowd

May 25, 2017

It takes a lot for attorneys to make a name for themselves in just one one city or state, but it’s even harder to develop a national reputation as a “heavyweight.”

1st Multi-Plaintiff Talc Trial Set To Begin, CVN To Provide Gavel-to-Gavel Webcast

May 25, 2017

The first multi-plaintiff trial over the alleged cancer risks from Johnson & Johnson’s talc-containing hygiene products is set to begin June 5 in Missouri state court.


Scott Schlesinger and the Closing that Set Up a $15M Verdict Against R.J. Reynolds |VIDEO|

May 25, 2017

What helped deliver the eight-figure award at the heart of Florida’s largest Engle tobacco verdict so far this year? American Spirit cigarettes and age limits, said an attorney that spearheaded the win.


Crash Ended GA Postal Worker's Career, Attorney Says as 7-Figure Trial Opens

May 24, 2017

Attorneys Monday debated whether a fender bender delivered career-ending back injuries to a postal carrier, as a seven-figure trial opened against the driver at fault for the wreck.


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Scott Schlesinger and the Closing that Set Up a $15M Verdict Against R.J. Reynolds |VIDEO|

May 25, 2017

What helped deliver the eight-figure award at the heart of Florida’s largest Engle tobacco verdict so far this year? American Spirit cigarettes and age limits, said an attorney that spearheaded the win.


Philip Morris Smacked with $1.3M Punitive Award, $2.4M Total, for Cancer That Cost Smoker Her Lung

May 22, 2017

Philip Morris was hit with a $1.3 million punitive judgment Friday, capping a $2.4 million total award to a Cuban immigrant who lost a lung after smoking the company’s cigarettes for more than a decade.


Smoker Who Lost Lung Wins $1.1M Verdict, Plus Possible Punitives, in Trial Against Philip Morris

May 17, 2017

A Cuban immigrant who lost a lung and suffers from emphysema won a $1.1 million verdict, plus possible punitive damages, against Philip Morris Tuesday for the company’s role in a scheme to hide the dangers of cigarettes.


Cigarette Addiction Drove Trucker to Cancer Death, Atty Says as Trial Opens Against RJR

May 16, 2017

Attorneys Friday debated what drove a Florida trucker to smoke up to four packs of cigarettes a day for more than 40 years, as trial over his cancer death opened against R.J. Reynolds.

Georgia News

Crash Ended GA Postal Worker's Career, Attorney Says as 7-Figure Trial Opens

May 24, 2017

Attorneys Monday debated whether a fender bender delivered career-ending back injuries to a postal carrier, as a seven-figure trial opened against the driver at fault for the wreck.


|VIDEO| Watch Adam Smith's Cross-Exam Deliver Defense Win in a GA Car Crash Case

May 19, 2017

A deft cross-examination can critically undercut an opponent's case in the eyes of a jury and turn the tide of a trial. In Blatnik v. Youngblood, a cross-exam by Waldon Adelman Castilla Hiestand & Prout’s Adam Smith likely proved the tipping point to a de


Distracted Driver Cleared of Liability for GA Man's Back Injury Claims in Car Crash Trial

May 12, 2017

Jurors Wednesday rejected a Georgia man’s claim that he suffered long-term neck and back injuries from a rear-end crash with a distracted driver.


Stone Law Group, WACHP Attys to Face Off in Rear-End Car Crash Trial Set for Monday

May 5, 2017

Trial opens Monday for a Georgia man who says he suffered serious injuries when his car was rear-ended in a metro Atlanta-area crash.

Tobacco News

Scott Schlesinger and the Closing that Set Up a $15M Verdict Against R.J. Reynolds |VIDEO|

May 25, 2017

What helped deliver the eight-figure award at the heart of Florida’s largest Engle tobacco verdict so far this year? American Spirit cigarettes and age limits, said an attorney that spearheaded the win.


Philip Morris Smacked with $1.3M Punitive Award, $2.4M Total, for Cancer That Cost Smoker Her Lung

May 22, 2017

Philip Morris was hit with a $1.3 million punitive judgment Friday, capping a $2.4 million total award to a Cuban immigrant who lost a lung after smoking the company’s cigarettes for more than a decade.


Smoker Who Lost Lung Wins $1.1M Verdict, Plus Possible Punitives, in Trial Against Philip Morris

May 17, 2017

A Cuban immigrant who lost a lung and suffers from emphysema won a $1.1 million verdict, plus possible punitive damages, against Philip Morris Tuesday for the company’s role in a scheme to hide the dangers of cigarettes.


Cigarette Addiction Drove Trucker to Cancer Death, Atty Says as Trial Opens Against RJR

May 16, 2017

Attorneys Friday debated what drove a Florida trucker to smoke up to four packs of cigarettes a day for more than 40 years, as trial over his cancer death opened against R.J. Reynolds.

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