Kenneth Kerrivan v. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, et al

Plaintiff - Appellee-Cross Appellant: KENNETH KERRIVAN
Defendant - Appellant-Cross Appellee: PHILLIP MORRIS USA, INC. and R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, individually and as successor by merger to the Brown and Williamson Tobacco Corporation and The American Tobacco Company
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Case Number: 18-13045
Filed: July 20, 2018
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
Nature of Suit: Personal Injury-Product Liability
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Plaintiff - appellee-cross appellant: KENNETH KERRIVAN
Represented By: Kenneth S. Byrd
Represented By: Elizabeth Joan Cabraser
Represented By: Richard M. Heimann
Represented By: Sarah Robin London
Represented By: Robert J. Nelson
Represented By: Charles Easa Farah
Represented By: Stephanie J. Hartley
Represented By: Andrew R. Kaufman
Represented By: Kent L. Klaudt
Represented By: Richard Lantinberg
Represented By: Janna Blasingame McNicholas
Represented By: Lance V. Oliver
Represented By: John T. Spragens
Represented By: Norwood Wilner
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Defendant - appellant-cross appellee: PHILLIP MORRIS USA, INC.
Represented By: Scott A. Chesin
Represented By: Judith Bernstein-Gaeta
Represented By: Dana G. Bradford
Represented By: Andrew S. Brenner
Represented By: Joshua Reuben Brown
Represented By: Karen C. Dyer
Represented By: Mark Jurgen Heise
Represented By: Cathy Ambersley Kamm
Represented By: M. Sean Laane
Represented By: Maura McGonigle
Represented By: Patricia Melville
Represented By: Geoffrey Michael
Represented By: James B. Murphy
Represented By: Terri Lynn Parker
Represented By: Connor Jay Sears
Represented By: Kate Skagerberg
Represented By: Ingo Sprie
Represented By: David Robbins Swaney
Represented By: Stephen N. Zack
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Defendant - appellant-cross appellee: R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, individually and as successor by merger to the Brown and Williamson Tobacco Corporation and The American Tobacco Company
Represented By: Scott A. Chesin
Represented By: Dana G. Bradford
Represented By: Andrew S. Brenner
Represented By: Joshua Reuben Brown
Represented By: Jason Todd Burnette
Represented By: Karen C. Dyer
Represented By: Mark Jurgen Heise
Represented By: David M. Monde
Represented By: James B. Murphy
Represented By: Stephanie Ethel Parker
Represented By: Terri Lynn Parker
Represented By: Robert B. Parrish
Represented By: Jordon Patterson
Represented By: Joseph W. Prichard
Represented By: David C. Reeves
Represented By: Michael F. Stoer
Represented By: John F. Yarber
Represented By: Jeffrey Alan Yarbrough
Represented By: Stephen N. Zack
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Represented By: Patrick P. Coll
Represented By: John A. DeVault
Represented By: Kelly Anne Luther
Represented By: Giselle Gonzalez Manseur
Represented By: Theodore V.H. Mayer
Represented By: Maria Helena Ruiz
Represented By: George A. Tsougarakis
Represented By: Aviva L. Wernick
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