Multibillion-dollar settlement against Philip Morris will not be reinstated
RICHMOND, Va. -- After 16 years, the Price v. Philip Morris Inc. “light” case has officially come to a close. On June 20, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court declined the plaintiffs’ petition to review a 2015 decision by the Illinois Supreme Court not to reinstate the original multibillion-dollar judgment...
Summary judgment hearing for Chicago OTP tax lawsuit set for September
MINNEAPOLIS -- On May 31, 2016, seven organizations, including NATO, filed a lawsuit against the City of Chicago seeking a preliminary and permanent injunction against the enforcement and imposition of a tax on other tobacco products, which includes cigars, pipe tobacco, smoking tobacco and...
What retailers need to know about the law that could restrict Indiana to only six e-liquid manufacturers
Three trends in tobacco products and regluation stood out during the NATO Show in May as having the legs to disrupt the category in 2016 and beyond.
Survey of 300 vapers shows majority were unaware of the new FDA regulations, would go back to smoking if electronic cigarettes were banned