Court Revives Korein Tillery's Class-Action Tobacco Case with $10 Billion Verdict
Feb 27, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: AmericanBankingNews.com
The tobacco case that led to a landmark $10 billion verdict against cigarette maker Philip Morris in a class-action lawsuit filed by Korein Tillery has been reinstated by an appellate court more than five years after it was dismissed on an order by the Illinois Supreme Court.
changing the rules. two years is two years. precendent for two years after this case maybe, but not now. as an investor i will sue for judicial harrasment.
excessive taxation by politicions who rip off taxpayers.
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