The Washington Legal Foundation and National Association of Manufacturers have filed an amicus brief asking the Supreme Court to review and overturn the D.C. Circuit decision holding that tobacco companies can be charged with racketeering for defending their products in public controversy. Earlier here and, at Overlawyered, here.
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