Regulatory briefing

Young people ‘remember e-cig ads better than tobacco advertising’

Written by Freddie Dawson || 30th May 2017 || Marketing & retailing , Regulatory briefing |

North America
United States
Marketing and Retailing
Public Health and Medicine
Marketing & retailing
Regulatory briefing
A new study shows that e-cigarette advertising is more successful at creating brand awareness among young Americans than other tobacco-related advertising, and appears to suggest that light regulation could make e-cig ads a route towards...

E-cigarette industry won’t be paying for increase in FDA’s CTP budget

Written by Daniel Mollenkamp || 30th May 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

North America
United States
Policy and Politics
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory briefing
The US FDA's Center for Tobacco Products (CTP) is to receive a substantial budget increase next year, against the Trump administration’s general trend for cost-slashing – but the e-cigarette industry won’t be picking up the...

Gottlieb: “Give me time to make decisions on deeming rule”

Written by Jim Myers || 26th May 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

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United States
Policy and Politics
Public Health and Medicine
Regulation and Legislation
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The newly installed commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) repeatedly told anxious law-makers on Thursday that he needs more time before deciding what he will do, if anything, about his agency’s controversial deeming regulation on...

PMI faces legal challenge to its right to sell iQOS in New Zealand

Written by ECigIntelligence || 23rd May 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

Australasia
New Zealand
Companies
Heated tobacco
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory briefing
Philip Morris International (PMI) has run into legal trouble in New Zealand, where the health ministry has taken the company to court for attempting to sell its iQOS heat-not-burn device in the country....

Senate confirms e-cig industry’s friend Gottlieb as FDA chief

Written by Jim Myers || 10th May 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

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United States
Regulation and Legislation
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Scott Gottlieb, who plans a review of the deeming regulation that has caused so much concern for the e-cigarette industry, is set to become the next commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) after winning Senate...

Extended FDA compliance deadlines in detail

Written by ECigIntelligence || 8th May 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

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United States
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory briefing
Your guide to the new extended deadlines announced by the U.S. FDA for compliance with various aspects of its deeming regulations for the e-cigarette...

ECigIntelligence report untangles the web of U.S. regulation

Written by ECigIntelligence || 8th May 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

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United States
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory briefing
E-cigarette regulation in the U.S. is more complex than ever following the arrival of the final deeming regulations and increasing legislation at federal, state and local level, as is spelled out in detail in a new report for...

Gottlieb backed to head FDA, with support from Democrat senators

Written by Jim Myers || 2nd May 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

North America
United States
Policy and Politics
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory briefing
A key U.S. Senate committee voted in favour of making Dr. Scott Gottlieb the next FDA commissioner after he laid out plans to review the deeming rule that has generated so much controversy within the e-cigarette...

‘Lack of trust leads to needlessly repressive anti-vaping legislation’

Written by David Palacios Rubio || 20th April 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

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Europe
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Poland
United States
Policy and Politics
Public Health and Medicine
Regulation and Legislation
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Sociologist Amelia Howard will tell the 2017 Global Forum on Nicotine in Warsaw that a lack of trust in the e-cigarette industry leads governments around the world to introduce harsh measures against a low-risk...

Kansas and Pennsylvania go their different ways on tax wrangles

Written by Daniel Mollenkamp || 11th April 2017 || Regulatory briefing |

North America
United States
Policy and Politics
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory briefing
Legal moves in two U.S. states show them moving in almost opposite directions on e-cigarette taxation – Kansas clarifying and lowering its e-liquid tax, while Pennsylvania’s revenue department digs its heels in against a court...