Keller and Heckman’s Second Annual E-Vapor and Tobacco Law Symposium takes place in Irvine, CA February 6-7, 2018. This comprehensive 2-day course will address regulatory issues relevant to e-vapor, e-liquid and tobacco product manufacturers, distributors and retailers including FDA ingredient listings, premarket applications, business and IP issues, environmental issues, litigation, state laws (including Prop. 56 and 65), CPSC, EU TPD and global regulations. Topics Include:

FDA Deeming Rule and Tobacco Control Act Requirements
Business and Intellectual Property Issues for Vapor Companies
Environmental Issues
Litigation
State Laws
Global Laws

Link (Agenda – PDF)


You gotta love San Francisco, another over reaching legislation. San Francisco's continuing attempts to control their citizens rights for freedom.

“The city of San Francisco is dealing with many pressing problems, such as skyrocketing homelessness, a surge in crime and poverty, a tourism industry in free fall, etc. Yet, amidst all of these troubling issues, the City Board of Supervisors is busy playing nanny state, following suit of California politics. Recently, San Francisco’s City Board of Supervisors voted to advance an invasive piece of legislation that would ban smoking inside private dwellings located in an apartment with three or more units. The bill, filed on November 12, applies to smoking tobacco, vaping, and cannabis products. Not only would this overreaching legislation apply to private dwellings, but it would also include private patios and balconies.”

ARTICLE LINK:

San Francisco: Nanny State Ground Zero
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Indiana Smoke-Free Alliance

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