Please join the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University for a one-week intensive summer institute exploring the domestic and international legal, regulatory, and policy framework shaping the safety and availability of foods and medicines worldwide. The program will cover U.S. domestic law including recent laws and regulations; international regulatory harmonization […]
In a decision that could save U.S. consumers and taxpayers billions of dollars a year, the Supreme Court ruled Monday that “pay-for-delay,” also known as “reverse payment” settlements, between name-brand and generics pharmaceutical companies are subject to antitrust laws. The seeds of the controversy were planted in 1984 with the passage of the Hatch-Waxman […]
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