Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

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SEATCA: Orchard Road smoking ban: Over 4,000 tickets issued last year

Head of business group for area says no reports of business being affected since curbs enforced

Baron & Budd and Panish Shea & Boyle File Suit on Behalf of King City Union School District Against JUUL Labs, Inc. for Creating the E-Cigarette Epidemic That Disrupts District-Wide Education

Today, the nationally recognized law firms of Baron & Budd, P.C. and Panish, Shea, & Boyle, LLP filed a lawsuit on behalf of King City Union School District, against JUUL Labs, Inc. for the company’s role in cultivating and fostering an e-cigarette epidemic that disrupts the education and learning environment across the District. The suit was filed in Monterey County Superior Court on January 14, 2020 (Case No. 20CV000194).

SCANDINAVIAN TOBACCO GROUP: Completes the acquisition of Royal Agio Cigars

Effective 2 January, 2020, after completion of the statutory works councils consultation process in the Netherlands and clearance from the relevant competition authorities, Scandinavian Tobacco Group has acquired from Highlands Beheer B.V. all the shares of Agio Beheer B.V. (“Royal Agio”), which is the holding company of the Royal Agio Cigars group. Reference is made to the Company’s announcement of 16 September 2019.

RELX: Launches First-of-its-kind Advanced Minor Prevention System for Tobacco Products

RELX Technology, Asia’s leading e-cigarette brand, announced the launch of Project Sunflower, the first of-of-its-kind minor prevention system for tobacco products sold in retail stores.

U.S. FDA: FDA permits sale of two new reduced nicotine cigarettes through premarket tobacco product application pathway

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced it has authorized the marketing of two new tobacco products manufactured by 22nd Century Group Inc. – Moonlight and Moonlight Menthol, which are combusted, filtered cigarettes that contain a reduced amount of nicotine compared to typical commercial cigarettes.

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