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The Duesseldorf regional court ruled Wednesday there was insufficient evidence that Friedhelm Adolfs had exposed other tenants to secondhand smoke by failing to air his apartment properly, the grounds cited for his eviction. German news agency dpa repor
In an opening statement this week in a Manhattan federal court, Carrie Cohen, the lawyer for UPS, said the company was in full compliance with the law, saying the city and state mistook cartons of legally shipped “little cigars” for cigarettes. “Littl
A California federal judge on Wednesday granted a new trial to tobacco giant Swisher International Inc. after a jury awarded $14.8 million — to be trebled to over $44 million — on antitrust claims from a rival for which it had manufactured small cigars, a
The parties subject to these new regulations should be sure to familiarize themselves with the rule’s requirements… broadcast stations and other media outlets should now become even more vigilant in vetting such advertisements prior to their release.
Larry Faircloth, a Republican in the West Virginia House of Delegates and e-cigarette user, is also suing the agency over the rules. In this suit, filed in the federal district court for the southern district of West Virginia, Faircloth claims he used e-
WHEREFORE, Plaintiffs request that the Court enter judgment in its favor and: Vacate and set aside the Final Rule under 5 U.S.C. § 706 as arbitrary, capricious, an abuse of discretion, and otherwise not in accordance with law, and in excess of FDA’s au
Today, the International Premium Cigar and Pipe Retailers Association (IPCPR), Cigar Association of America (CAA) and Cigar Rights of America (CRA) have filed a joint lawsuit against the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and their Commissioner Robert Ca
In February of this year, the US Supreme Court handed another victory to Cubatabaco by refusing to intervene in the legal case against General Cigar. The decision allows Cubatabaco to once again request the cancellation of the trademark registered by Gene
Legal challenges are mounting against the Food and Drug Administration’s move to regulate cigars and e-cigarettes, which for the first time would be treated just like traditional tobacco products under new rules. As many as five lawsuits have been filed
told a California federal court on Monday that it wants a new trial after a $44 million jury verdict for a rival for which it had manufactured small cigars, saying a simple contract fight was passed off as an antitrust suit.