Food And Drug Administration (FDA)

The FDA is an agency of the United States Department of Health and Human Services and is responsible for regulating and supervising the safety of foods, dietary supplements, drugs, vaccines, biological medical products, blood products, medical devices, radiation-emitting devices, veterinary products, and cosmetics.

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AI and Machine Learning Trends in Healthcare for Commercial Litigation

To help our clients better view today’s cybersecurity concerns and FTC proceedings, IMS interviewed D&O insurance and economics expert Perry Granof.

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Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Statistical Analysis Expert

A food and drug administration (FDA) statistical analysis expert was needed for a patent dispute that arose in connection with a request for FDA approval for the commercial manufacture, use, and sale of a generic drug.

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FDA Marketing Compliance Expert

An FDA marketing compliance expert was needed for a case involving allegations of pharmaceutical product mislabeling and failure to meet FDA regulations and requirements.

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Geriatric Neurology Expert in Cerebral Ischemia

A geriatric neurology expert in cerebral ischemia was needed for a patent infringement case.

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Obesity Expert for Fast Food Product Liability

An obesity expert was needed for a fast food product liability case.

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Pharmacokinetics Expert in Drug Formulation

A pharmacokinetics expert in drug formulation was requested for pre-litigation consultation in a patent infringement case.

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Expert Pharmacologist for Patent Process Consultation

A pharmacologist expert was sought for pre-litigation consultation involving a time-release formulation for opioid drugs.

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Biotechnology Expert in Clinical Trials

A biotechnology expert with knowledge of FDA clinical trials and procedures was requested for an arbitration case involving biotherapeutics.