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“This has been a long and complicated process, which is not over. However, we commend the objective approach announced today by the Commissioner of the FDA. This revisiting of the rule is testament to the recognition that you cannot regulate all products
2. Public Health Intervenors Have Legally Protected Interests at Stake / 3. If Successful, Plaintiffs’ Action Would Impair Public Health Intervenors’ Interests / 4. Public Health Intervenors’ Interests May Not Be Adequately Represented by Defendants
In contrast to the current Administration’s actions, the DOJ in August 2016 strongly defended the FDA rule as essential to protecting public health in another case brought by e-cigarette manufacturers, Nicopure Labs, LLC v. FDA. On Friday, the judge rule
In the motion to intervene, the parties have asked the court to name them as defendants in the lawsuit, arguing that the government is not defending the deeming regulations thoroughly. The motion cites recent delays, requested by the government as the ne
Earlier today The Washington Post published an article titled, FDA suspends enforcement of stricter standards for e-cigarette, cigar industry…. Attorneys for the government and groups negotiated out a second extension last week and it was agreed that th
Lawyers with the law firm, Zuckerman Spaeder LLP, have been representing Tobacco-Free Kids and other public health and medical organizations in connection with amicus curiae briefs either filed, or to be filed, in various lawsuits challenging FDA’s deemi
I hereby provide notice to the parties that my former law firm, Zuckerman Spaeder LLP, has, from time to time, and still may, represent [CTFK]. When I was a lawyer at the firm, I did not work on any matter on behalf of CTFK. Additionally, my wife is a pa
Inexplicably, FDA ignored all comments from the premium cigar industry, Congress, local government, media, and the citizens of the United States, particularly those affected in ways large and small by FDA’s power grab.
30 ORDER granting 29 Unopposed Motion of Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids for Leave to File Brief Amicus Curiae…32 AMICUS BRIEF re 22 IN SUPPORT OF PLAINTIFFS MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT by CAUSE OF ACTION INSTITUTE.
MINUTE ORDER granting 27 the parties’ Joint Motion to Amend Scheduling Order. The revised schedule is as follows: Defendants’ Opposition to Plaintiffs’ Motion for Summary Judgment and Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment shall be filed on or before May 1, 2