The Cache County School District will be joining over 450 school districts across the county in litigation efforts alleging Juul Labs and other vaping companies downplayed health risks and marketed toward minors.
CCSD will be represented by Kirton McConkie, the law firm currently representing 30 out of 41 school districts in Utah who are a part of the class-action lawsuit.
According to Kirk McRae, the human resources director of CCSD, the decision to join the litigation efforts was made back in September. If the settlement is won, the school districts involved can receive an approximate cumulative $10 billion. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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