Here's an Attorney General-worthy question for all the lawyers out there:
Given that state AGs have successfully sued 'Big Tobacco' for producing a product they know kills people, can't these very same states sue 'Big Advertising' for marketing a product they know kills people?
Your answers on a legal pad to:
My sources at the Chicago office tell me Philip Morris clients are allowed to smoke inside the building––the agency just writes off the fine––which doesn't quite sing with the founder's motto: "Reach for the stars; you may not get one, but you won't come up with a handful of mud either."
Apparently irony isn't just and element in the Periodic table.
(Above: a UK pack with a health warning worthy of the name).