Oklahoma v. Native Wholesale Supply

Native Wholesale Supply imported and distributed several hundred million cigarettes in the State without reporting them as required under State laws enacted as part of the Master Settlement Agreement. A lower court had awarded the state $47 million dollars, and the tobacco company was seeking a new trial.  Here the Supreme Court upheld the lower court's grant of summary judgment and denied the tobacco company a new trial. 


State of Oklahoma v. Native Wholesale Supply, 2014 OK 49, Supreme Court (June 10, 2014)

  • United States
  • Jun 10, 2014
  • Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma



  • Attorney General of Oklahoma
  • State of Oklahoma, ex. rel E. Scott Pruitt

Defendant Native Wholesale Supply

Legislation Cited

Master Settlement Agreement

Oklahoma MSA Complementary Act

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Type of Litigation

Tobacco Control Topics

Substantive Issues

Type of Tobacco Product