Food and Drug Law and Regulation is one of the most comprehensive guidebooks ever published covering an area that accounts for more than 25 percent of all consumer spending in the United States.
Equally relevant to practicing food and drug attorneys, in-house drug, device, biologics, cosmetics, food and tobacco counsel, consultants, law professors and students, this unique, 27-chapter resource includes more than a dozen chapters on the Food and Drug Administration’s vast and complex regulatory systems and standards—everything from food safety to prescription drug promotion to combination products. It includes invaluable information on FDA’s administrative and enforcement authority as well as the agency’s role in addressing bioterrorism, international issues and the practice of medicine. This resource also contains the latest must-have information on DEA’s regulation of controlled substances, FTC’s regulation of advertising and CMS’s federal reimbursement for medical products. This new second edition updates all topics from the 2008 edition and adds new chapters on FSMA, Tobacco and Biosimilars.
||David G. Adams, Richard M. Cooper, Martin J. Hahn & Jonathan S. Kahan, Editors
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||Dec 31, 2011