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Supreme Court Declines to Take Up Challenge to Los Angeles County Flavored Tobacco Ban

Exactly 1,000 days after a lawsuit was first filed, R.J. Reynolds’ attempt to stop Los Angeles County’s ban on flavored tobacco sales has come to an end.

Supreme Court Refuses to Block California Flavored Tobacco/Vaping Ban

Now that the emergency application has failed, California’s ban on most flavored tobacco and vaping products should go into effect next week.

R.J. Reynolds Asks Supreme Court to Stop California’s Flavored Tobacco Ban

As expected, R.J. Reynolds is asking the Supreme Court to intervene before California’s ban on most flavored tobacco and vaping products takes effect next month.

Supreme Court Declines to Consider Vape Industry’s FDA Regulation Lawsuit

The vaping industry’s second attempt at getting the U.S. Supreme Court to hear arguments challenging the validity of FDA’s deeming regulations has hit a dead…

Vape Companies Asks Supreme Court to Throw Out FDA’s Deeming Regulations

Eight vaping companies have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to consider whether the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) acted improperly when enacting its deeming…

Supreme Court Rules States Can Require Sales Tax for Online Purchases

The Supreme Court has ruled states can require online retailers to collect sales tax even if they have no physical presence in a state, a…

Weekly News (March 2, 2015)

Cigar News Bodega Announces Reflexión Profundo Bodega Slates Lancero & Petit Corona Extensions, Tweaks Distribution Cuban Cigar Revenues Fall in 2014 — Some Analysis Davidoff of…

Supreme Court Denies General in Cohiba Case

General Cigar Co. lost yet another legal round in the battle over the Cohiba trademark in the U.S. The United States Supreme Court declined to…

General Cigar Co. Reignites Fight Over Cohiba

While the United Sates Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit vacated a ruling made by the USPTO Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) in early…