The Food and Drug Administration aims to curb youth addiction and improve health equity by banning hazardous products that are especially popular among young smokers and African-Americans.
Articles Tagged with tobacco
FDA Plans Ban on Menthol Cigarettes and Flavored Cigars
Posted in: Administrative Law, Consumer Law
Tagged: cigarettes, cigars, FDA, Food and Drug Administration, menthol, NAACP, tobacco
British American Tobacco Pursues Patent Litigation Against Philip Morris
A lawsuit between competing tobacco companies involves the tobacco heating technology used in their devices, which are alternatives to traditional cigarettes.
Posted in: Intellectual Property, Patent Law
Tagged: BAT, patent infringement, patents, Philip Morris, tobacco
Mass. Judge Cites “Unreasonable Delays” by FDA on Tobacco Warning Rules
A federal district court judge has ordered the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) provide an expedited publication schedule for rules on tobacco warnings on cigarette packs and advertisements, citing "unreasonable delays" by the FDA.
Posted in: Administrative Law