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Bryan Haynes of the Troutman Sanders Tobacco Team will be at the [FDA] Law Institute Enforcement Conference on December 12-13…Perhaps the FDA will elaborate on its recently-announced policy changes with the stated intention of deterring youth access to
the motions ask for, among other things, the FDA to vacate costly user fees and set aside the warning label requirements scheduled to go into effect on August 10, 2018. Two lawyers, Michael Edney, a partner at Norton Rose Fulbright, and Mark Raffman, a p
attorneys for the cigar trade groups—Cigar Association of America (CAA), Cigar Rights of America (CRA) and the International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers’ Association (IPCPR)—have asked FDA to delay its Nov. 8, 2019 deadline for the submission of data r
New research from Cornell University suggests graphic warning labels on cigarette ads have the same anti-smoking effect as similar warning labels on cigarette packs.
Conclusion To replicate Uruguay’s success, other countries need to recognise that strong political support, an actively engaged local civil society and financial and technical support are important factors in overcoming tobacco industry’s legal threats t
A new study published in the latest journal Tobacco Control showed that pictorial warnings like images of diseased body parts and testimonials from real people were the most effective features at getting smokers to quit.
For years, Defendants have been using their popular social media accounts to glamorize the use of electronic cigarettes (also known as vaping) and to target youth. Using the same marketing techniques that big tobacco used a generation ago, Defendants’ web