In The State of Sao Paulo of the Federative Republic of Brazil v. The American Tobacco Company, (Del Supr., Feb. 23, 2007), read opinion here, (yes, that is the correct spelling of the plaintiff’s name), the Delaware Supreme Court affirmed the Delaware Superior Court’s decision to reject the claim of the foreign governments of Brazil and Panama to hold tobacco companies liable for the medical costs those countries incurred to treat  and care for certain citizens of those countries due to the health problems allegedly resulting from those citizens’ use of the tobacco products.