Pharmaceutical marketing laws

By Michael Ricciardelli
In Compliance
Sep 12th, 2012
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Through its Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy, Seton Hall Law School offers 3 graduate certificate programs in Pharmaceutical & Medical Device Law & Compliance. These flexible, 8-week certificate programs are designed for professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge about legal, regulatory, and ethical issues within the pharmaceutical ...
By Zack Buck
In Uncategorized
Jul 5th, 2012
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As reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) continues to make headlines with mind-numbing political arguments surrounding the distinction (or lack thereof) between a “tax” and a “penalty,” healthcare fraud enforcement rolls on unchanged.  This week brought news of yet another pharmaceutical company entering into an eye-popping settlem...
By Michael Ricciardelli
In Drugs & Devices
Mar 18th, 2012
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In Case you missed it: Research Fellow & Lecturer in Law, Seton Hall Law’s Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy, Kate Greenwood, on American Law Journal TV regarding Pharmaceutical Off-Label Marketing and Free Speech. A regular blogger here at HRW, Kate Greenwood appeared along with attorneys Hope Freiwald of Dechert, LLP and Brian [&hellip...
By Kate Greenwood
In Recommended Reading
Dec 1st, 2011
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In Patients Over Politics: Addressing Legislative Failure in the Regulation of Medical Products (forthcoming in the 2011 volume of the Wisconsin Law Review and available on SSRN), Efthimios Parasidis proposes a significant expansion of drug and device companies’ responsibility to engage in “active post-market analysis” of drugs and devices, to be coup...
By Kate Greenwood
In Uncategorized
Nov 6th, 2011
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As predicted, in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision in Sorrell v. IMS Health pharmaceutical companies have raised First Amendment challenges to the ban on off-label promotion on a number of fronts.  Most recently, Par Pharmaceutical sued to invalidate the ban to the extent that it “criminalize[s] Par’s truthful and non-misleading speech to healt...