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Canada's big three tobacco companies face a $27.3B class-action lawsuit over whether they...

Canada's big three tobacco companies face a $27.3B class-action lawsuit over whether they provided sufficient warnings to smokers of the potential harm of their products. Parents of the Canadian triumvirate - British American Tobacco (BTI +1.1%), Japan Tobacco International, and Philip Morris International (PM +0.3%) - call the legal action a "cash grab" as they go to trial for the first time in the nation.
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  • Tony Petroski
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    This is too funny. It's a little springing a criminal because he hasn't been read his Miranda rights--the same criminal who has spent 10,000 hours watching 10,000 television dramas of cops reading criminal suspects their Miranda rights.

     

    Legal profession: Is there no possibility of cleaning up your act?
    13 Mar 2012, 09:51 AM Reply Like
  • Canary Cash
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    To hell with the devil! :) http://bit.ly/xXjJDS
    13 Mar 2012, 09:58 AM Reply Like
  • wiesemc
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    I'm going to sue soft drink and fast food companies for making American's fat putting us at risk for diabetes and early myocardial infarctions.
    13 Mar 2012, 06:43 PM Reply Like
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