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Philip Morris ETS Billing Categories -- Summary

Date: 01 Dec 1990
Length: 87 pages
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Discusses Shook, Hardy and Bacon's ETS witness development, for Philip Morris. Includes index: CIGL 29208: Three Company ETS Witness Development; PHMI26732: Philip Morris ETS Witness Development; PHMI 29975: Philip Morris ETS Legal Research; PHMU 29972: Philip Morris ETS Special Projects; PHMI 29974: Philip Morris ETS International; PHMI 29973: Philip Morris ETS Clearance; CIGL 30119: Three Company ETS Special Projects; SHB ETS Witness Database: December, 1990.

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Report
Author (Organization)
Shook, Hardy & Bacon (Tobacco Industry law firm)
Tobacco Industry law firm based in Kansas City, KS.
Named Person
Adlkofer, Franz (VDC Research Director)
Argued in a 1988 joint meeting of the worldwide tobacco companies that the industry should stop developing "marketable science" for use in public relations to fight the secondhand smoke issue and instead should establish a safe threshold for exposure to secondhand smoke. (Bates No. 2021548222/8235)
Andrade, Anthony J. "Tony" (PM Associate General Counsel, Switzerland)
Associate General Counsel for Philip Morris. Worked for Shook, Hardy and Bacon. Vice President, PM Worldwide Regulatory Affairs, 1994. Responsible for management and direction of ETS focused department. Reported to Steven Parrish, Senior VP of PM External Affairs.
Aviado, Domingo M., M.D. (CTR Consultant; Special Projects Recipient)
Dr. Aviado was a University of Pennsylvania professor and did work for tobacco companies. Dr. Aviado did secret dog inhalation studies in 1970s which were apparently covered up. Dogs were inhaling. No research papers were ever done, apparently (B.C. 7/7/94).
Bridges,James M.
Bucci, Thomas J.
*Butler, W. (use Butler, William H.)
Carlson, Terence N. (PM Literature Analyst, Shook Hardy & Bacon)
Defense
Clayton, John Wesley
Daniel, John W.
Davis, William W. (Analyst for Shook, Hardy & Bacon)
William W. Davis was an Analyst for Shook, Hardy & Bacon. (PMI's Introduction to Privilege Log and Glossary of Names, Estate of Burl Butler v. PMI, et al, April 19, 1996)
Dreyer, Leo
Furst, Arthur, Ph.D., Sc.D. (Toxicologist, U of CA, San Francisco, Industry Expert)
Gibbons, Jean Dickinson (CTR Special Projects, Statistician, U of Alabama)
Defense
Greenfield, Stan
Hardwick, Lisa
Huber, Gary L., M.D. (Harvard University: Conducted Smoke Inhalation Studies)
Testified for industry
Jonas, Karl M.D.
Magnusssen, Helgo M.D.
Mantel, Nathan
O'Neill, Bernard V., Jr. (Shook, Hardy & Bacon attorney)
Defense
Ohlemeyer, William, S., Esq. (Lawyer at Shook, Hardy, and Bacon)
Parrish, Robert (Account Manager)
1998
Reeves, W. Edward (Attorney at Shook Hardy & Bacon Law Firm)
Defense
Rutsch, Martin
Rylander, Ragnar, M.D. (PM contractor, Environmental Hygienist, U of Gothenburg)
Professor of Environmental Hygiene, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Worked on contract to Philip Morris overseeing biological laboratory work being performed at INBIFO, PM's biological labs in Cologne, Germany. PM paid Rylander $150,000 per year (salary determined from Bliley PM doc 2022850392, from 1992)
Schmaehl, Dietrich (Researcher for Philip Morris biological labs in Europe, c. 1)
Schneider, Berthold (Biostatistician)
1989 Hannover, Germany
Skrabanek, Petr (General Biologist, c. 1989)
Spaeth, Melvin (Worked for Arnold & Porter)
Melvin Spaeth worked for Arnold & Porter. (PMI's Introduction to Privilege Log and Glossary of Names, Estate of Burl Butler v. PMI, et al, April 19, 1996)
Springall, Anthony S.
Sterling, Elia M.
Sterling, Theodor D., PhD (Industry Consultant, Statistician Applied Mathematics)
Theodor Sterling was a statistician with Simon Fraser University, Canada. He is listed as a consulting scientist for the tobacco industry in 1988 memo PM 2023034933/4946 from Andrew Whist to R. Murray. Sterling presented the industry's point of view at indoor air symposia in Tokyo, 1987 and in the U.K. in 1988.Industry Consultant and CTR Special Project recipient.
Stith, Laura
Sullivan, Frank
Tardiff, Robert (ETS Advisory Group)
1998
Thomas, Elwood
Tweedie, Richard L. Ph.D.
Uberla, karl
Warren, Martha S. (Worked for Shook Hardy & Bacon (industry law firm))
Martha S. Warren worked for Shook, Hardy & Bacon. (PMI's Introduction to Privilege Log and Glossary of Names, Estate of Burl Butler v. PMI, et al, April 19, 1996)
Well, Charles
Wolf, George (Prof. of Physiological Chemistry, MIT; CTR grantee)
Professor of physiological chemistry at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Council for Tobacco Research Grantee.
Named Organization
American University
Arnold & Porter (PM Counsel)
Counsel for Philip Morris.
Atmospheric Health Sciences, Inc.
Bond University (Queensland, Australia)
Bristol Polytechnic
British Industrial Biological Research Association (BIBRA) (Surrey, England)
Consultants in Toxicology, Inc. (Tucson, AZ)
*EPA ( use United States Environmental Protection Agency)
German Cancer Research Center
Karlsruhe University
Krankenhaus Grosshansdorf
Life Science Research (Suffolk England)
Ludwig Maximilians University
Medizinische Hochschule Hannover
National Center for Toxicological Research
Philip Morris & Co. Ltd. (Cigarette manufacturer, incorporated in U.S. in 1902)
Philip Morris & Co. Ltd.., was incorporated in New York in April of 1902; half the shares were held by the parent company in London, and the balance by its U.S. distributor and his American associate. Its overall sales in 1903, its first full year of U.S. operation, were a modest seven million cigarettes. Among the brand offered, besides Philip Morris, were Blues, Cambridge, Derby, and a ladies favorite name for the London street where the home companies factory was located - Marlborough.
Robens Institute (Surrey England)
*Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) (Only use SAB with name of specific org.)
Shook, Hardy & Bacon (Tobacco Industry law firm)
Tobacco Industry law firm based in Kansas City, KS.
Simon Fraser University (Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada)
Theodor D Sterling and Associates Ltd
Trinity College
University of Alabama
University of Berlin (Germany)
University of California San Francisco
University of Gothenburg
University of London
University of Texas Health Science Center
Keyword
Environmental Tobacco Smoke ETS
EPA Workplace Smoking Policy Guide
Risk assessment
Thesaurus Term
legal activity
secondhand smoke
tobacco industry internal policy
tobacco industry law firm
Subject
International level

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SHOOK, HARDY&BACON PHILIP MORRIS ETS BILLING CATEGORIES -- SUMMARY Decem~r 1990 10331946 CONFIDENTIAL ATTORNEY-CLIENT DOCUMENTS
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SHOOK.HARDY&BACON .INDEX TAB NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 CIGL 29208: PHMI 26732: PHMI 29975: PHMI 29972: PHMI 29974: PHMI 29973: CIGL 30119: SHB ETS Witness Database: Three Company ETS Witness Development Philip Morris ETS Witness Development Philip Morris ETS Legal Research Philip Morris ETS Special Projects Philip Morris ETS International Philip Mc,rris ETS Clearance Three Company ETS Special Projects December, 1990 10331~51
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SHOOK.HARDY&BACON CIGL 29208: Three-Company Witness Development This is the primary witness development account for ETS witnesses. It is based on the tlhree-company authorization obtained on and before January, 1990, and includes the full range of witness development and technical suppo]zt work that has been undertaken in the witness development effort. Because many contacts have been renewed or initiated with expert witnesses in the context of the EPA risk assessment, these witness development charge:~ were placed with the three-company ETS witness development account. Approximately 35 contacts with witnesses were made in conjunction with the EPA/SAB, yielding over 20 written statements which were submitted to the public docket of the Environmental Protection Agency (see the summary attached to this 29208 outline). Witness fees and expenses incurred during the year were and are allocated to this three-company account. In London, Tony Andrade has been primarily involved in the witness development. In Kansas City, Bernie O'Neill, William Davis and Leo Dreyer have been primarily involved. A copy of the December 14, 1990 printout of the ETS expert witness database is included at Tab 8. Participation in witness-related meetings and meetings to discuss and comment upon SAB witness submissions were billed to this category. Our attendance (Dreyer, O'Neill, Davis, Koska) at the SAB "mock hearing" and the actual SAB hearing (December 4-5, 1990) were billed to this account. The three-company account has also been used regarding preparation of LS litigation points. The LS work and liaison has also involved Terry Carlson. 10330430
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SHOOK.HARDY&BACON COMMENTERS ON THE EPA RISK ASSESSMENT AND POLICY GUIDE ON ETS CONTACTED BY SHOOK, HARDY & BACON Franz Adlkofer Free University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany Specialty: toxicology Domingo M. Aviado, M.D. Atmospheric Health Sciences, Short Hills, NJ Specialty: toxicology James W. Bridges, Ph.D. Robens Institute of Health arLd Guildford, Surrey, England Specialty: toxicology Safety, University of Surrey, Thomas J. Bucci, D.V.M., Ph.D. National Center for Toxicological Research, Jefferson, AR Specialty: toxicology, patholoq~ William H. Butler, M.B., B.S. British Industrial Biological Research Association, Surrey, England Specialty: toxicology, pathology John Wesley Clayton, Jr., Ph.D. Consultants in Toxicology, Inc.,. Tucson, AZ Specialty: toxicology John W. Daniel, Ph.D., D.Sc. Life Science Research, Suffolk, England Specialty: toxicology Arthur Furst, Ph.D., Sc.D. University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Specialty: toxicology Jean D. Gibbons, Ph.D. University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL Specialty: statistics Gary L. Huber, M.D. The University of Texas Health Center, Tyler, TX Specialty: pulmonary medicine Karl Jonas, M.D. Washington, DC Specialty: thoracic surgery Carsha~ton, - 1 -
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SHOOK.HARDY&BACON Helgo Magnusssen, M.D. Krankenhaus Grosshansdorf, Grossi~ansdorf, Germany Specialty: [not specified] Nathan Mantel American University, Bethesda, MD Specialty: biostatistics Martin Rutsch Karlsruhe University, Karlsruhe, Germany Specialty: statistics, epidemiology Ragnar Rylander, M.D. University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden Specialty: epidemiology, toxicology Dietrich Schmaehl, M.D. Deceased, formerly with German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, Germany Specialty: toxicology Bertoldt Schneider, Ph.D. Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Hannover, Germany Specialty: epidemiology Petr Skrabanek, Ph.D. Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland Specialty: statistics Anthony S. Springall Bristol Polytechnic, Bristol, England Specialty: statistics Theodor D. Sterling, Ph.D. James J. Weinkam Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada Specialty: statistics, epidemiology Frank M. Sullivan United Medical and Dental Schools, University of London, England Specialty: pharmacology London, Richard L. Tweedie, Ph.D., D.Sc. Bond University, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia Specialty: statistics 2
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SHOOK, HARDY&BACON Karl Uberla Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich, Germany Specialty: statistics Elia M. Sterling, B. Arch. Theodor D. Sterling & Associates, Limited, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Christopher W. Collett, M.A. Specialty: indoor air research JFK/tks 10331645 3
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SHOOK.HARDY&BACON PHMI 26732: Philip Morris ETS Witness Development This category is limited to witness development work specifically rec[uested bv Philip Morris for particularized assistance to Philip Morris. ~Recently there have only been two witnesses who have been worked with on this basis. Attorneys Dreyer, O'Neill and Andrade have been involved with these witnesses. First, contact has been made with Stan Greenfield to obtain his input for Philip Morris on the development of a joint cooperation approach which could conceivably be used by Philip Morris and/or the Industry in dealing with the EPA. This project was authorized by Steve Parrish, and was undertaken specifically for Philip Morris. The second ETS witness project requested by Philip Morris and authorized by Steve Parrish was work with Dr. Bob Tardiff, a former member of the Science Advisory Board of the EPA. Dr. Tardiff has been retained to provide input to Philip Morris concerning the operation of the SAB and his recommendations concerning approaches that Philip Morris might take. We have met with Dr. Tardiff at his offices and at Philip Morris for this purpose. All other ,'traditional" witness development is billed to the three-company witness development category, CIGL 29208. 10330424

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