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26 Years, With 9 To Go.... 35 Years to Prescription Drug Traceability

OFW Law Celebrates 35 Years of Successes in Drug/Healthcare Privacy Practices (Part IV) By Tish Eggleston Pahl In celebrating 35 years of practice, OFW Law’s Drugs, Biologics, and Controlled Substances and Healthcare Privacy practice groups are tak… Read More
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The Realized Benefits of User Fees

OFW Law Celebrates 35 Years of Successes in Drug/Healthcare Privacy Practices (Part III) In celebrating 35 years of practice, OFW Law’s Drugs, Biologics, and Controlled Substances and Healthcare Privacy practice groups are taking a look back to sha… Read More
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Phil Olsson and Rick Frank on 35 Years of Life at OFW

Phil: Rick, it’s hard to believe that 35 years have passed since we started this firm as a two-lawyer shop in 1979. Rick: It sure is. I remember working with you at the law firm I joined fresh out of the University of Michigan Law School, and which… Read More
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HIPAA Comes of Age... Thanks to HITECH, D.D.S.

OFW Law Celebrates 35 Years of Successes in Drug/Healthcare Privacy Practices (Part II) In celebrating 35 years of practice, OFW Law’s Drugs, Biologics, and Controlled Substances and Healthcare Privacy practice groups are taking a look back to shar… Read More
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Thirty Years of Hatch Waxman

OFW Law Celebrates 35 Years of Successes in Drug/Healthcare Privacy Practices (Part I) Since its inception in 1979, OFW Law’s Drugs, Biologics, and Controlled Substances and Healthcare Privacy practices have focused on myriad regulatory issues aris… Read More
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The Next Dietary Guidelines Debate

By Marshall L. Matz and Nathaniel B. Fretz, as published by Agri-Pulse There is a new question surrounding the Dietary Guidelines for Americans now being drafted for release in 2015. The question is whether the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee s… Read More
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Following the Money: House And Senate Appropriations Release Draft Bills & Reports Funding FDA For FY 2015

The House and Senate Appropriations Committees with oversight of FDA have been very busy. Both voted out draft bills for FY 2015 that include appropriations for FDA and released draft reports. Roger Szemraj and the rest of our government relations pr… Read More
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HHS Releases HIPAA Security Rule Risk Assessment Tool

The Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR), Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), and Office of the General Counsel (OGC), have released their Security Risk Assessment (SRA… Read More
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CPSC Proposes to Make Voluntary Recalls and Compliance Programs Legally Binding

On November 13, 2013, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a proposed interpretive rule concerning corrective action plans for “voluntary” recalls that may impact future voluntary consumer product recalls in two significant w… Read More
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OFW Law’s MMXIII in Retrospect

As MMXIV starts, it’s time for a retrospective look at MMXIII. What follows is a list of noteworthy events from MMXIII in our food, drug, medical device, and agriculture corner of the universe, focusing on matters that were of particular interest t… Read More
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