Generic Drugs: Difficulties in Proving Liability

Jan 22, 2016 By: Paul D. Rheingold

From the day the decision in PLIVA Inc. v Mensing (131 S.Ct. 2567) came down in 2011, the plaintiffs bar has sought ways to establish liability for injuries from generic drugs.

Wearable gizmos vs. medical devices: How companies can comply with FDA cybersecurity recommendations

Aug 14, 2015 By: Nick Sullivan

Kaye Scholer counsel Helen Christakos says watches and apps that measure users’ heart rate and fitness goals, contact lenses that monitor glucose

Legislative Battles Continue Over School Lunches and GMOs

Jun 24, 2014 By: Lauren Jones

In recent years, the much maligned National School Lunch Program has garnered much attention in its role in the fight against childhood obesity

Proposed Changes to Nutrition Labels

Mar 12, 2014 By: Jill VanderZiel

The FDA published two new proposed rules in regards to nutrition labels on Monday, March 3rd, 2014.

Balancing States of “Conscience”

Mar 8, 2012 By: Melissa Berry

The new “contraception mandate” announced by the Obama administration earlier this year have caused an uproar over moral “conscience” objections to them.

Hot Docs: Walgreens sued over lead and arsenic in juice

Dec 22, 2011 By: Jeremy Byellin

Coming on the heels of a Consumer Reports study, a California man is suing Walgreens for the lead and arsenic content of their grape and apple juice.

Hot Doc: Zicam maker sued (again) for lost sense of smell

Dec 30, 2010 By: Legal Solutions

A Texas woman is suing Matrixx Initiatives, Inc., the maker of the popular Zicam line of “homeopathic” cold remedies, alleging that she lost her sense of smell after using Zicam Cold Remedy Nasal Gel Spray.