FDA Orders Juul E-Cigs Off Shelves

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By Emily Field  Law360 (June 23, 2022, 11:12 AM EDT) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday officially said it was ordering e-cigarette giant Juul‘s products off the market, capping off a two-year review process of its tobacco and menthol-flavored vaping products. Previously, the agency had delayed making a decision on the market titan, which has about […]

Juul Will Pay $22.5 Million to Settle a Washington State Lawsuit

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Vape pen maker Juul has agreed to settle another state lawsuit alleging that it targeted minors with its marketing. It will pay $22.5 million and undertake measures to prevent underage use and sales to settle a suit filed by Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson in September 2020. Juul admits no wrongdoing under the settlement, though it told […]

Juul Says Its Focus Was Smokers, but It Targeted Young Nonsmokers

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By Julie Creswell and Sheila Kaplan, New York Times SAN FRANCISCO — In the face of mounting investigations, subpoenas and lawsuits, Juul Labs has insisted that it never marketed or knowingly sold its trendy e-cigarettes and flavored nicotine pods to teenagers. As youth vaping soared and “juuling” became a high school craze, the company’s top executives have stood firm in […]

Ousted Juul Executive Claims Vaping Firm Refused To Recall 1 Million Contaminated Pods

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Topline: A former executive at embattled e-cigarette firm Juul has alleged in a lawsuit filed on Tuesday that the company knew it had sold 1 million contaminated pods to consumers and retailers but did not inform them. Former senior VP of global finance Siddharth Breja claims that he was “inappropriately terminated” after he internally flagged […]