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Certain cigar wraps that bring in approximately $3 million to Florida’s coffers annually will no longer be taxed, according to a notice from a state department on Monday that followed an appeals court opinion last week that the wraps are not taxable tobac
A Florida appeals court on Wednesday reversed a final ruling by the state’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation that held that wraps used to make homemade cigars are taxable under the definition of tobacco products in state law.
a partner at Munck Wilson Mandala LLP, chairman of the firm’s litigation section and a member of the firm’s executive committee… … distribution of cigars. The primary issue was whether the defendant tobacco company had stolen trade secrets…
STG and STG Australia filed a Federal Court application for an injunction against Trojan. STG alleged that Trojan infringed STG’s trade marks for the word marks CAFÉ CRÈME, HENRI WINTERMANS and LA PAZ, had engaged in misleading or deceptive conduct in bre
Allsop J found that Trojan’s application of the trade marks to the external TPP compliant packaging did fall under the section 123 defence and it was not liable for trade mark infringement. The case will have serious ramifications for controlling distri
Electronic cigarette companies are steeling for a legal brawl with the Obama administration over coming regulations they believe could wipe out the fast-growing industry. The closely watched (FDA) deeming rule, now under final review at the White House,
Put your seatbelt on and go pick up your cigars at your local brick and mortar shop because FedEx will not be delivering them to you anymore and others may follow. Are we seeing the beginning of the end for buying cigars on-line?
The Cigar Authority has reached out to IPCPR and spoke with Matt Dogali via email where it has been confirmed that starting January 1st, 2016 that FedEx will no longer ship tobacco products. The reason stated for such a ban stems from a lawsuit in which
The development director of Brooklyn’s exclusive Poly Prep high school took two students on a boozy trip to Cuba in 2013 on the school’s dime while calling it all a class trip, a new lawsuit claims. What’s more, Steven Andersen, who took his son on the
Court of Appeals is scheduled to hear arguments in the latest challenge to the Indianapolis smoking ban Monday … Liford said the ban is not fair because it allows certain specialty businesses, like tobacco bars, to continue to allow smoking while forcin