Bidi Vapor Wins Court Battle Against FDA

Bidi Vapor Wins Court Battle Against FDA
Bidi Vapor wins FDA lawsuit in US Circuit Court of Appeals, overturning marketing ban.

The lawyer for Bidi Vapor, a disposable e-cigarette company in the United States, announced on Twitter that the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit has ruled in favor of Bidi Vapor and against the FDA in their legal dispute. The vote was 2-1. The court found that the FDA's marketing denial order did not take into account the restrictions on the company's marketing and sales plans and was deemed "arbitrary and capricious.

It is reported that the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit was established by Congress in 1981 and has jurisdiction over federal cases originating from Alabama, Florida, and Georgia. The circuit includes nine regional courts, with each state divided into north, central, and south regions.

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