British American Tobacco Australia (BATA) spokesperson Scott McIntyre welcomed the government’s tougher tobacco smuggling laws which passed through parliament today.
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British American Tobacco Australia (BATA) said it was pleased the High Court had today found that its trademarks, patents, designs, copyrights and brands such as Winfield and Dunhill constitute property.
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British American Tobacco Australia (BATA) spokesperson Scott McIntyre today said the Tobacco Plain Packaging Act (TPP) was a bad piece of law that would have serious unintended consequences.
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An annual report into the size of illegal tobacco problem found a significant shift in the black market with criminal gangs now smuggling three times the amount of counterfeit and contraband cigarettes into Australia than the previous year.
The hearing for British American Tobacco’s (BAT) challenge against the Tobacco Plain Packaging Act (TPP) will begin tomorrow before the seven High Court Judges in Canberra.
Allan Myers QC will argue on behalf of BAT that the TPP legislation is unconstitutional due to the fact the Commonwealth is trying to acquire our valuable intellectual property without compensation
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British American Tobacco today responsed to to media speculation about the possible banning of the sale and import of duty-free tobacco products for incoming travellers into Australia, claiming it wouldn't deter smokers.
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