Research Resources

See Glantz, S.A. and Daynard, R.A., “Health Hazards of Secondhand Smoke,” Trial, June 1991, 36-38, 40;

Sweda, E.L., Jr., “Representing the Victim of Passive Smoking,” Workplace Injury Reporter, September 1991, 102-103;

Daynard, R.A. and Sweda, E.L., Jr., “Redressing Injuries from Secondhand Smoke,” Trial, March 1992, 50-54;

Hansen, J.M., “What Employers Need to Know about Smoking in the Workplace,” Colorado Lawyer, March 1992, 421-430;

Sweda, E.L., Jr. and Daynard, R.A., “‘Cipollone’ Ruling May Ignite Passive Smoking Suits,” Indoor Pollution Law Report, August 1992, 1, 4-5;

Blum, A., “Secondhand Smoke Suits May Catch Fire,” National Law Journal, March 1, 1993, 1, 12;

Sweda, E.L., Jr., “Various ETS Suits Catch Fire,” Indoor Pollution Law Report, April 1993, 1, 4-5;

Dahl, D., “Secondhand Smoke Cases Breathe New Life into Tobacco Litigation,” Lawyers Weekly USA, June 7, 1993, B3;

Ezra, D., “Get Off Your Butts: the Employer’s Right to Regulate Employee Smoking,” 60 Tennessee Law Review 905-955, Summer 1993.

Smith, R., “Workplace Smoking in New Jersey: Time for a Change,” 24 Seton Hall Law Review 958-997 (1993);

Zuckerman, S., “Remedying Employee Smoke Claims,” Indoor Pollution Law Report, December 1993, 1, 5;

Lewis, C.W.  and Bliss, S.J., “Are You Treating Your Employees Like Prisoners?  Employers’ Liability for Environmental Tobacco Smoke,” 73 The Michigan Bar Journal 416-422, May 1994;

Daynard, R.A., “The Third Wave of Tobacco Products Liability Cases,” Trial, November 1994, 34-40; Waxman, H.A., “The Legal Implications of the Movement Against Smoking,” 26 Univ. of West Los Angeles L. Rev. 37-44, Annual 1995;

Daynard, R.A.  and Kelder, G.E., Jr., “The Tobacco Industry Under Fire,” Trial, November 1995, 20-25;

Gottlieb, M., and Daynard, R.A., “Blowing Smoke Out of the Workplace,” Trial, August 1996, 24-29;

Vallone, M., “Employer Liability for Workplace Environmental Tobacco Smoke: Get Out of the Fog,” 30 Valparaiso Univ. L. Rev. 811-858, Spring 1996;

Kelder, G.E., Jr., and Daynard, R.A., “The Role of Litigation in the Effective Control of the Sale and Use of Tobacco,” Stanford Law & Policy Review, Winter 1997, 63-98;

Grady, D., “Study Finds Secondhand Smoke Doubles Risk of Heart Disease,” New York Times, May 20, 1997, A1, A18;

Siatis, P., “Study Links Secondhand Smoke to Heart Disease,” Trial, July 1997, 100-102;

Schwartz, J., “Haze Begins to Clear Over Hazards of Passive Smoke,” Washington Post, September 29, 1997, A3;

Howard, G., et al., “Cigarette Smoking and Progression of Atherosclerosis, Journal of the American Medical Association, January 14, 1998, 119-124;

“What’s So Passive About Passive Smoking?  Secondhand Smoke as a Cause of Atherosclerotic Disease,” Journal of the American Medical Association, January 14, 1998, 157-158;

Schulte, B., “Smoking, Even Secondhand, Speeds Hardening of Arteries, Study Says,” Charlotte Observer, January 14, 1998, 4A;

Kong, D., “Legal Battle Over Smoking Grows Wider,” Boston Globe, March 11, 1998, A1, A11;

“Bar Workers Asked to Join Lawsuit Over Smoking,” Lowell Sun, March 11, 1998, 20;

Griffith, V., “Battle Looms Over Passive Smoking,” Financial Times, March 12, 1998,

6; “Group Advertising for Workers to Sue Over Secondhand Smoke, Salem Evening News, March 12, 1998, A4;

Dellinger, A., “What May North Carolina’s Local Governments Do to Restrict Smoking?” Local Government Law, February 1998, 1-13;

Hwang, S., “Tobacco Memos Detail Passive-Smoke Attack,” Wall Street Journal, April 28, 1998, B1, B8;

Sweda, E.L., Gottlieb, M.A. and Porfiri, R.C., “Protecting Children from Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke,” Tobacco Control, 1998; 7: 1-2;

Headden, S., “Secondhand Smokescreen,” U.S. News & World Report, August 3, 1998, 20, 22;

Joyce, A., “Smoke-Free Workplaces Spreading Like Wildfire,” Washington Post, November 15, 1998, H4;

Pope, J., “Secondhand Smoke Tied to Heart Ills,”  Times-Picayune (New Orleans, LA), March 25, 1999, A-23.

Repace, J.L., Lowrey, A.H., “An Indoor Air Quality Standard for Ambient Tobacco Smoke Based on Carcinogenic Risk,” New YorkState Journal of Medicine, July 1985, 381-383.

“National Research Council, “Environmental Tobacco Smoke in the United States.” Washington, DC: National  Academy Press, 1986.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “The Health Consequences of Involuntary Smoking: a Report of the Surgeon General,” Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, Center for Health Promotion and Health, Office on Smoking and Health, 1986.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, “Respiratory and Other Health Effects of Passive Smoking: Lung Cancer and Other Disorders,” Washington DC.: Office of Research and Development, Office of Air and Radiation, EPA/600/6-90/006F, December 1992.

Glantz, S.A., Parmley, W.W., “Passive Smoking and Coronary Heart Disease: Epidemiology, Physiology and Biochemistry,” Circulation, 1991; 83:1-12.

Fontham, E.T.H., Correa, P., Reynolds, P., et al., “Environmental Tobacco Smoke and Lung Cancer in Nonsmoking Women,” Journal of the American Medical Association, 1994; 271: 1752-1759.

Bero, L.A., Glantz, S.A., Rennie, D., “Publication Bias and Public Health Policy on Environmental Tobacco Smoke,” Journal of the American Medical Association, 1994; 272:133-136.

“Environmental Tobacco Smoke: the Brown and Williamson Documents [editorial], Journal of the American Medical Association, 1995; 274:248-253.

Hammond, S.K., Sorensen, G., Youngstrom, R., Ockene, J.K., “Occupational Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke,” Journal of the American Medical Association, 1995; 274: 956-960.

Barnes, D.E., Bero, L.A., “Why Review Articles on the Health Effects of Passive Smoking Reach Different Conclusions,” Journal of the American Medical Association, 1996; 279; 1566-1570.

Kawachi, I., Colditz, G.A., Speizer, F.E., et al., “A Prospective Study of Passive Smoking and Coronary Heart Disease,” Circulation, 1997; 95(10): 2374-2379.

Chapman, S., “Tobacco Industry Memo Reveals Passive Smoking Strategy,” British Medical Journal, May 31, 1997, 1569.

Law, M.R., Morris, J.K., Wald, N.J. “Environmental Tobacco Smoke Exposure and Ischaemic Heart Disease: An Evaluation of the Evidence,” British Medical Journal, 1997; 315:973-980.

California Environmental Protection Agency, “Health Effects of Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke,” Final Report (1997).  Wells A.J., “Lung Cancer from Passive Smoking at Work,” American Journal of Public Health, 1998; 88:1025-1029.

He, J., Vupputuri, S., Allen. K., Prerost, M., Hughes, J., Whelton, P., “Passive Smoking and the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease — A Meta-analysis of Epidemiologic Studies,” New England Journal of Medicine, 1999; 340:920-926.

Bonita, R., Duncan, J., Truelsen, T., Jackson, R.T., Beaglehole, R., “Passive Smoking As Well As Active Smoking Increases the Risk of Acute Stroke,” Tobacco Control 1999; 8: 156-160.

Emmons, K.M., et al., “The Relationship Between Organizational Characteristics and the Adoption of Workplace Smoking Policies,” Health Education & Behavior, Vol. 27 (4): 483-501 (August 2000).

Sweda E.L., “Litigation on Behalf of Victims of Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke: The Experience from the USA,” European Journal of Public Health, 2001;  11: 201-205.

Otsuka, R., Watanabe, H., Hirata, K., Tokai, K., Yoshiyama, M., Takeuchi, K. and Yoshikawa, J., “Acute Effects of Passive Smoking on the Coronary Circulation in Healthy Young Adults,” Journal of the American Medical Association, 2001; 286: 436-441.

Glantz, S. and Parmley, W., “Even a Little Secondhand Smoke Is Dangerous,” Journal of the American Medical Association, 2001; 286: 462-463;

Muggli, M., Forster, J., Hurt, R., and Repace, J., “The Smoke You Don’t See: Uncovering Tobacco Industry Scientific Strategies Aimed Against Environmental Tobacco Smoke Policies,” American Journal of Public Health, 2001; 91:1419-1423.

Sweda, E.L., “Lawsuits and Secondhand Smoke,” Tobacco Control 2004; 13 (Suppl 1): i61-i66;

Zellers, L., Thomas, M. and Ashe, M., “Legal Risks to Employers Who Allow Smoking in the Workplace,” American Journal of Public Health, 2007; 97: 1376-1382.