senior attorney for the Tobacco Products Liability Project at Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, in a press release.
What does TPLP stand for?
TPLP stands for Tobacco Products Liability Project
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- Template Pour Les Nuls (French: Template For Dummies; publication)
- Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy
- Theory and Practice of Logic Programming
- Top Projected Leaf Perimeter
- Tobacco Products Liability Reporter
- Test Process Login State
- Third Party Logistics Support (EU)
- Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (computing)
- Turkey Point Light Station (est. 1833; North East, MD)
- Two-Photon Laser Scanning Microscope
- The Portishead Lifeboat Trust (charity group; North Somerset, UK)
- Texas Prison Labor Union
- Trade Policy Liaison Unit (New Zealand)
Samples in periodicals archive:
One of the things we did as the Tobacco Products Liability Project was to persuade people that these were good cases, that they were winnable cases, that the failures in the past could be remedied.
Richard Daynard is a professor of law at Northeastern University and the chairman of the Tobacco Products Liability Project.
The decision revitalizes light cigarette litigation and "protects the legitimate claims of consumers deceived by a scam that goes back to the early 1970s," said Edward Sweda, senior attorney with the Boston-based Tobacco Products Liability Project.
This refusal to air the ads, notes Richard Daynard of the Tobacco Products Liability Project at Northeastern University, contrasts sharply with the networks' willingness to air Big Tobacco's ads.