Jan Grossman v. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company


07/16/13 – 07/31/13


In this Engle Progeny tobacco litigation proceeding, Plaintiff Jan Grossman alleged R.J. Reynolds Tobacco company of fraudulent concealment of the dangers of smoking cigarettes manufactured by the company and targeting adolescents susceptible to nicotine addiction, which led his wife Laura Grossman to get addicted to smoking at the age of 15. The plaintiff also alleged that the defendant was liable for manufacturing defective cigarettes, which caused the death of Laura Grossman due to Lung cancer in 1995.
The plaintiff was represented by attorneys Scott Schlesinger, Steven Hammer and Jonathan Gdanski. The defendant in this case, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company was represented by attorneys Peter Biersteker, Carol Hogan and Kenneth Grosse.


AM Session
3 Chapters
PM Session
2 Chapters
PM Session
Verdict - Damages
2 Chapters

Recording Disclaimer: This proceeding was recorded in full.

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