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This Article describes and evaluates two elements of the FDA’s recent operations implicating information transparency: the Transparency Initiative and a reduction in the agency’s FOIA more

The rapidly evolving realm of modern commerce strains traditional regulatory paradigms. This paper traces the historical evolution of FDA crisis-response regulation and provides examples of ways more

FDA warning letters are considered non-final agency actions and thus are not subject to judicial review under the Administrative Procedure Act (APA). The Supreme Court’s analysis in Sackett more

Your Business in Court and at Federal Agencies: 2010-2011, 67 Food and Drug Law Journal, 243-292 (2012).

Posted on June 2012 by John B. Reiss, Dawn Crowder, Brian Simons, Igor Pleskov, Tiffany Davis and Patrick Nugent

This year the government aggressively pursued Manufacturers under the enhanced provisions of the False Claims Act (FCA), as well as under the provisions of the Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act ( more

Second Prize, Short Paper, H. Thomas Austern Memorial Writing Competition, 2011. While FDA gathers vast amounts of data about prescription drugs prior to their marketing approval, important more

This article discusses how the Food and Drug Administration has come to adopt informal guidance (agency advice that influences regulated entities but does not carry the force and effect of law) as more

Protecting the Public's health Through the Application Integrity Policy

Posted on August 2010 by Paula Katz, Protecting the Public’s Health through the Application Integrity Policy, 65 Food and Drug Law Journal

FDA's recent use of the Application Integrity Policy (AIP), most notably in the ongoing Ranbaxy matter, has created interest in the policy. The article discusses actions CDER's Office of more

Cloned Animals Products in the Human Food Chain: FDA Should Protect American Consumers

Posted on August 2009 by Jennifer E.F. Butler, 2009 Graduate of the Lewis & Clark School of Law, Portland, OH

Animal cloning is “a complex process that lets one exactly copy the genetic, or inherited, traits of an animal.” In 1997, Dolly the sheep was the first animal cloned and since then & more

61 Food and Drug Law Journal 13-44 (2006). In August 2004, President George W. Bush signed the Minor Use and Minor Species Animal Health Act of 2004 (MUMSA) into law. The purpose of this "animal more