Monroe v. R.J. Reynolds

VERDICT

Trial
11/30/15 – 12/09/15

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Summary

In this tobacco litigation proceeding, Florence Monroe claims defendant tobacco companies concealed the dangers of their cigarettes, causing her nicotine addiction and, ultimately, her smoking-related disease.

Outcome

The jury found in favor of plaintiff, awarding $11 million in compensatory damages and apportioning 58% of fault to defendant and 42% to plaintiff. Jurors rejected plaintiff's conspiracy and concealment claims and found punitive damages were not warranted.

Sessions

PM Session
Other
2 Chapters
PM Session
Verdict
3 Chapters
DEC
9

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