Results for "Marlboro"

Marlboro Lights

June 7th, 2018

November 2016: A judge granted final approval of the settlement. August 2016: A judge preliminarily approved a settlement of this action. According to the terms, class members may receive either 10 cents or 25 cents, depending on when they purchased a pack of cigarettes. In addition, the Marlboro Lights and Marlboro Ultra Lights cigarettes were


Marlboro Lights Cigarettes

April 27th, 2018

July 2014: This action was dismissed , the reasons for which have not been disclosed. January 2014: A federal judge denied class certification of a class-action lawsuit filed against Philip Morris USA Inc. for allegedly deceptively marketing Marlboro Lights cigarettes. The complaint, which was originally filed in 2010, alleges that the company markets Marlboro Lights


Marlboro Lights Cigarettes

April 27th, 2018

July 2014: The claims of the named plaintiff were settled and dismissed . The terms of the settlement have not been disclosed. February 2014: A federal judge refused to certify the class in a lawsuit against Philip Morris. The complaint, which was originally filed in 2010, alleges that the company falsely advertises Marlboro Lights cigarettes


Marketing of Marlboro Lights Cigarettes

December 14th, 2017

September 2016: The settlement was granted final approval. May 2016: A state court judge preliminarily approved a settlement agreement in which Philip Morris agreed to pay a total of $15,273,815 ($4,942,500 in statutory damages plus $10,331,315 in prejudgment interest). For more information, go to http://malightssettlement.com/. February 2016: A state court judge found that Philip Morris


Philip Morris Marlboro Lights

December 14th, 2017

In April 2016, a jury returned a verdict for Philip Morris in a false advertising class-action lawsuit filed against the company in 2000. The complaint alleged that the company’s marketing for Marlboro Lights cigarettes violated Missouri state laws. (Larsen et al v. Philip Morris USA Inc., Case No. 22002-00406-02, 22nd Circuit Court, St. Louis, Missouri)


Philip Morris Light and Low-Tar Tobacco Products

July 15th, 2014

In April 2014, an appellate judge reinstated a 2003 verdict and made Philip Morris liable for a $10.1 billion award in favor of the plaintiffs. The class-action lawsuit against Philip Morris, which was originally filed in 2000, alleged that the company represents its Marlboro Lights cigarettes “light,” “low tar,” and safer than regular cigarettes when,


Product Placement

January 27th, 2012

Products that pop up in movies and television shows are often there for specific advertising reasons.



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