American Academy of Pediatrics, et al. v. FDA, et al.
The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, in conjunction with other public health and medical organizations and several individual pediatricians, challenged the U.S. Food and Drug Administration decision to allow e-cigarettes to remain on the market until 2022 before applying for FDA authorization and permitting products to remain on the market during review. The FDA also delayed the deadline for cigar manufacturers to file such applications until 2021. The court found that the FDA had exceeded its legal authority and the FDA’s delay had played a role in the skyrocketing youth use of e-cigarettes. The court gave the plaintiffs 14 days to submit additional briefing regarding a remedy and the FDA 14 days to respond.