David Kincaid Hardy

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David Kincaid Hardy was a tobacco industry attorney who worked with Shook, Hardy and Bacon. He is the son of David Ross Hardy, who was lead counsel for Philip Morris in the Haines lawsuit. Longtime attorney for industry.


David K. Hardy, son of named partner David R. Hardy, 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). He was lead counsel for Philip Morris in the Haines lawsuit brought by Marc Edell and Alan Darnell (Jenkins, p. 144).

DKH was lead defense counsel for Philip Morris in Leslie Whiteley v PM, R.J.Reynolds which was tried to a plaintiff verdict in 2000.

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