Representing School Districts and Public Entities in the Fight to Stop the Vaping Crisis

We are actively seeking and filing claims for school districts and other public entities affected by the widespread vaping epidemic. If your students, district, or other public entities have been affected, contact us for more information about how we can help.

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The Lawsuits

The lawsuits seek injunctive relief and an abatement remedy to combat the e-cigarette epidemic, which has severely interfered with normal school operations. The districts are also seeking compensatory damages to provide relief from the districts’ financial losses as a result of students being absent from school and the costs of arranging outreach and education programs regarding the risk of vaping.

Many districts across the nation are struggling to protect their students from the health hazards of vaping and JUUL must be held accountable for creating this widespread burden. Studies have found that the 2018 spike in nicotine vaping was the largest for any substance recorded in 44 years. It’s time for JUUL to make some changes and do what’s right.

The Law Firms

National JUUL Litigation Team

We are leaders in representing public entities in this type of litigation against big companies like JUUL.

Members of our consortium currently serve in leadership roles, including as Public Entity Plaintiffs’ Co-Lead Counsel representing school districts throughout California, in litigation against JUUL Labs, Inc. Together, our team is working with lawyers representing school districts from across the nation as they seek to hold the e-cigarette manufacturer accountable for creating a youth vaping epidemic among school campuses.

Federal Judge Validates District Claims

JUUL Labs Inc. and other key defendants in the litigation filed motions seeking to dismiss claims filed by school districts, asserting that school district claims related to JUUL were not legally viable.

However, the federal judge overseeing the national JUUL litigation recently ruled that public nuisance and negligence claims filed by school districts and other government entities against JUUL Labs, Inc. and other key defendants are lega