In This Issue:
- Forecast for the Physician Payments Sunshine Act: Partly Cloudy
- Document Preservation Notices and the Lists of Who Receive Them: Are They Discoverable?
- FDA Warning Letters Through Finality and Beyond
- Will Compounding Pharmacies Be Hit With Compounding Regulation?
- Excerpt from Sharing Solutions:
It’s human nature to share problems. But how often is someone willing to share solutions? Butler Snow wants to do just that –– provide scenarios and the solutions that turned a client’s anxiety into relief and even triumph. That’s why we created this magazine, Pro Te: Solutio, which explores how real-life legal problems have been successfully solved.
That’s also why we at Butler Snow redesigned and expanded our unique health-oriented industry group, now comprised of two major sections that handle business and litigation. The Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, and Healthcare Industry Group has more than 50 multi-disciplinary attorneys who provide creative solutions for the complex issues of the healthcare industry. This group includes product liability and commercial litigators; corporate, commercial, and transaction attorneys; labor and employment attorneys; intellectual property attorneys; and those experienced in government investigations.
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Topics: Affordable Care Act, Attorney-Client Privilege, CMS, Document Preservation Notices, Drug Compounding, FDA, FDA Warning Letters, HHS, Meningitis, Pharmacies, Sunshine Act, Work Product Privilege
Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, General Business Updates, Health Updates, Insurance Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates
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