The League Against Tobacco Smoke in Public v. Minister of Health and Family
Certain motorsport events were exempted from the law that bans tobacco company sponsorship of sporting events. An administrative agency issued an order adding a new motorsport event to the list of exempted activities. The League Against Tobacco Smoke in Public challenged this order, arguing that the exemption only applied to events in existence at the time of the law's passage. The court rejected this argument and upheld the order.