Federal Drug Administration
Score one for Big Tobacco. U.S. District Judge Richard Leon Monday blocked the Federal Drug Administration’s (FDA) mandate that tobacco companies include graphic images on their cigarette packages persuading customers to quit smoking.
Securities Act claims to have more stringent pleading standards; Racial bias in class actions defined; Monopoly claims must have price-based proof; FLSA plaintiffs may not always recover attorney fees.
Five tobacco companies are suing the Federal Drug Administration (FDA), claiming the agency’s new regulation violates their First Amendment rights.