Mass. Jury Finds Marlboros Aren't Defective In Suit
The plaintiffs, survivors of deceased smoker Stephen C. Haglund, went to trial on a claim that Philip Morris breached an
implied warranty of merchantability by failing to market cigarettes with less than 0.003 milligrams of nicotine.
The jury found that Haglund became addicted to nicotine as a result of smoking Marlboro cigarettes, rather than some other...
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