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FDA’s IVD TA: It’s Not Just Technical Assistance

By Jeffrey N. Gibbs — Since 1992, the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) efforts to regulate laboratory developed tests (LDTs) have been one of the most controversial device regulatory topics.  We have written about this topic multiple times (see our … Continue reading

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AND AGAIN: Now it’s SMOD’s turn for a Twitter timeout. Over this: I’m sorry that SMOD failed …

AND AGAIN: Now it’s SMOD’s turn for a Twitter timeout. Over this: I’m sorry that SMOD failed to deliver on his 2016 presidential campaign promises, but auditioning to become a New York Times columnist seems like a dramatic step down … Continue reading

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Lawsuit Targets Florida Orange Juice, Alleges It’s Not ‘All Natural’

In a new lawsuit, Alexandra Axon, challenges “the Lake Wales juice processor’s claim that its premium product, Florida’s Natural Growers orange juice, is indeed 'natural' as declared in its name and images on the OJ carton.” Why does she think … Continue reading

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Six Signs That It’s Time to Quit Your Job

Quit your job?!? Pshaw, you’re in-house, the land of unicorns and rainbows. Why would you quit your job? Well, as many in-housers know, sometimes it is time to go: “Most of us are open to new job opportunities. In fact, … Continue reading

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AND IT’S TIME TO PLAY, “STUPID OR MAL-EDUCATED?”:   Washington Post reporter surprised to discover…

AND IT’S TIME TO PLAY, “STUPID OR MAL-EDUCATED?”:   Washington Post reporter surprised to discover some guns more dangerous than others. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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