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Philip Morris USA v. Williams, 2007 U.S. LEXIS 1332

A punitive damages award against a cigarette manufacturer for harm to nonparties, in a litigation concerning the manufacturer's deceit in minimizing the dangers of smoking, violated constitutional due process, since harm to nonparties could be considered with regard to reprehensibility but not with regard to the extent of punishment. subscribers can view the enhanced version of Philip Morris.
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