Haliburton v R.J. Reynolds


12/03/14 – 12/19/14


In this Engle progeny case, plaintiff Dorothy Haliburton claims that defendant R.J. Reynolds concealed the dangers of smoking while furthering the addiction of Andrew Haliburton, which caused his smoking-related respiratory disease.


The defense prevailed after the jury determined that Andrew Haliburton suffered from COPD prior to May 5, 1990, and that he should have known that the disease was likely caused by his smoking.


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