JENNIFER DAVIDSON focuses her practice on representing clients of all sizes. She excels at finding the most efficient ways to navigate the intricate regulations set in place by the FDA, the FTC, and related State and Federal agencies. Her clients in the pharmaceutical, dietary supplement, medical device, and cosmetic industries turn to her to help them to create and execute a comprehensive plan to ensure their companies stay in compliance with a variety of legal and regulatory requirements. Jennifer has counseled pharmaceutical clients on a wide variety of matters related to life-cycle management, exclusivity questions, promotional and marketing practices, other post-approval requirements, user fees, and issues arising under the Hatch-Waxman Amendments to the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, and subsequent legislation. She also spends a great deal of time assisting clients in presenting complex issues to the FDA via the agency’s Citizen Petition procedures as well as representing industries in registration and scheduling proceedings before the DEA. Jennifer also counsels on all aspects of promoting and marketing dietary supplements, OTC drug products, cosmetics, and medical devices, including product labeling. In addition to this, Jennifer has a deep understanding of the rules and regulations surrounding dietary supplements and she frequently advises clients on product labeling, determining whether a product satisfies the definition of a dietary supplement, evaluating whether a new dietary ingredient notification is required, and evaluating potential promotional claims. Jennifer advises on a range of issues related to the development of advertising and labeling claims, including the adequacy of substantiation, the express and implied claims conveyed by promotional messages, and the evaluation of consumer perception surveys. She has worked closely with her clients in defending and initiating challenges against competitors marketing practices before the FDA, and before the National Advertising Division of the Council of Better Business Bureaus, Inc. Prior to joining Kleinfeld, Kaplan and Becker LLP in 1999, Jennifer practiced in the Washington D.C. office of a large, international law firm, specializing in civil litigation.