McCabe vs. British America Tobacco Australia Services Limited
An in-depth analysis of the case of McCabe vs. British America Tobacco Australia Services Limited where the defendant claimed that cigarette smoking was responsible for her lung cancer.
The original argument was that cigarettes caused Ms. McCabe’s cancer because she was not aware of the health risks involved in smoking cigarettes. The appeal argument stated that the destruction of documents interfered with a fair trial. This paper explores in detail if the destruction of documents by the tobacco company, in order to hide information concerning the health risks of cigarette smoking interfered with a fair trial.
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