No Impropriety In Tobacco Appeal, Philip Morris Tells U.S. Supreme Court

(March 29, 2016, 2:28 PM EDT) -- WASHINGTON D.C. — Responding to a petition for certiorari and a brief supporting it by a group of judges, Philip Morris U.S.A. Inc. tells the U.S. Supreme Court in a March 26 response brief that an Illinois Supreme Court justice who ran a campaign promise to rule in favor of tobacco companies did not violate due process rights by denying an appellant’s motion to recuse himself from deciding an appeal of a $10 billion verdict in a tobacco case (Sharon Price and Michael Furth v. Philip...
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