Defense in Schleider v. R.J. Reynolds: No Proof Smoking Killed Andrew Schleider

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Frank Bayuk, representing R.J. Reynolds, tells jurors that the medical evidence is insufficient to prove whether the cancer that ultimately killed Andrew Schleider was caused by his decades-long smoking habit. Schleider’s widow, Diane, is suing R.J. Reynolds in an Engle progeny tobacco suit.

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