Court orders pub to pay compensation for smoking

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 6, 2007 14:27

A Tel Aviv pub was ordered to pay NIS 2,500 in compensation to a plaintiff who sued the business in small claims court, Israel Radio reported on Monday. The judge dismissed claims made by the business that smoking was a natural part of the bar experience. The prosecutor emphasized that the court's ruling was an important precedent.


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