In the midst of continued enforcement regarding coronavirus marketing, FDA sent a warning letter to NeuroXPF concerning advertising for its CBD products alleging that they can boost immune systems to help consumers avoid contracting the virus. Citing the need to take “urgent measures to protect consumers” in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, FDA advised

FDA took action earlier this week to relax regulatory standards for gowns, hoods, and surgeons’ and patient examination gloves during the pandemic.  The policy applies to the following products:

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Device Type Product
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Class
21 CFR 878.4040 Conductive Shoe and Shoe Cover BWP I (exempt)
21 CFR 878.4040 Operating-Room Shoes

FDA Releases Industry Guidance Regarding Adverse Event Reporting During COVID-19On March 19, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released guidance providing recommendations to industry regarding postmarketing adverse event reporting for drugs, biologics, medical devices, combination products, and dietary supplements during a pandemic, including COVID-19. The guidance revises and replaces final guidance released in 2012 entitled “Postmarketing Adverse Event Reporting for Medical Products and Dietary

On the latest episode of the Ad Law Access Podcast, partner Kristi Wolff discusses FDA’s recent CBD warning letters, Commissioner nominee Dr. Stephen Hahn’s confirmation hearings, and a preview of this week’s Cannabis Law Update webinar.

On Thursday, December 5, from Noon – 1:00 Eastern we will be holding a webinar on the emerging

The FDA & FTC today posted warning letters to 11 marketers and distributors of opioid cessation products, alleging that such products were unapproved new drugs that violated the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) and that made unsubstantiated, deceptive claims in violation of the FTC Act.  In addition to the 11 joint warning letters

Timed almost to the day that California legalized recreational marijuana, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced on Thursday, January 4, that the Department of Justice has rescinded the Obama-era guidance (the Cole Memo) issued to federal prosecutors relative to marijuana enforcement. The announcement characterizes the move as an effort to restore prosecutorial discretion, noting that the

As we discussed in recent interviews with Nutritional Outlook and Natural Products Insider, FTC enforcement against supplement companies is likely to evolve into something  much more reasonable under the new administration.  State attorney general activity, however, is likely to become more aggressive – or at least more widespread.  State regulators may perceive a need

Did you know Kelley Drye’s Advertising Law practice produces a newsletter, Dietary Supplement Advertising, to help marketers of dietary supplements stay out in front of regulatory challenges. Click here to access our Publication Sign Up and select Dietary Supplements to subscribe. Find contents from the latest issue below:

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On Thursday, the DEA announced a policy change expanding the number of DEA-registered marijuana manufacturers producing marijuana for research.  This move is expected to expand and diversify the supply of marijuana for research use.  Under the current policy, the only authorized marijuana manufacturer is the University of Mississippi, which operates under a contract with the