In this issue:

- What to Expect When You're Selling Your Company – Indemnification

- Association Membership and Program Restrictions and the Antitrust Laws: Don’t Stumble Out of the Gate

- CFPB: July Roundup

- The Download - August 2013

- FDA Serves Up Another Helping of Draft Guidance on Medical Foods

- Federal Grant & Contract News for Nonprofits - August 2013

- Food for Thought: Understanding FDA’s Proposed Rules for Importers of Food and Dietary Supplements and How They May Impact Your Business

- IP Buzz - August 2013

- New Efforts in Bilateral Brand Protection: Positive Steps by Chinese and U.S. Authorities Demonstrate Partnership and Progress

- No Bar is Off-Limits: SEC Enforces 2004 Order Barring Accountant

- Quickly Take Your Medicine: FDA's Secure Supply Chain Pilot Program Presents Opportunity for Expedited Imports of API and Finished Drug Products

- Should I Eat That? New Rules Propose Significant Requirements on Importers of Food and Dietary Supplements

- The SUSPEND Act: Fixing What Isn't Broken in the Federal Government's Suspension and Debarment System

- Advertising News & Analysis

- August 1, 2013 Edition

- August 8, 2013 Edition

- August 15, 2013 Edition

- August 22, 2013 Edition

- August 29, 2013 Edition

- Upcoming Events

- Excerpt from: The SUSPEND Act: Fixing What Isn't Broken in the Federal Government's Suspension and Debarment System:

On February 7, 2013, House Oversight Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa released a discussion draft of the SUSPEND Act as a means to protect taxpayers from “fraudsters, criminals, or tax cheats receiving taxpayer money through grants or contracts.” To achieve this goal, the SUSPEND Act proposes consolidating, and thereby terminating, more than 41 civilian agency suspension and debarment offices and functions into one centralized board, the Board of Civilian Suspension and Debarment, which would be located within the General Services Administration.

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Topics:  Antitrust Provisions, Attorney Disbarrment, Brand, CFPB, China, Dietary Supplements, Discipline, Enforcement Actions, FDA, Federal Funding, Federal Grants, Food Labeling, Food Safety, Non-Profits, Nutritional Supplements, Sales, SEC, Supply Chain

Published In: Antitrust & Trade Regulation Updates, General Business Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, Government Contracting Updates, Nonprofits Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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