E-Cigarette Regulation: Key Priorities for FDA and Alternative Regulatory Frameworks

Keller and Heckman partner Azim Chowdhury provided a primer on the Tobacco Control Act and how it might specifically apply to e-vapor products in a webinar on Friday, May 15, 2015.  During the webinar, Mr. Chowdhury explored the legal basis for FDA to impose regulatory requirements that are specific to such products, and how Congress may actually have intended the Agency do this, rather than blindly applying the statutory requirements to all deemed products. Mr. Chowdhury covered potential alternative regulatory frameworks for e-vapor and component parts. 

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Date: 5/15/2015

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