Our FDA and Life Sciences team guides companies through all aspects of U.S. and EU regulatory compliance challenges. We work through every issue at every stage of a product’s life cycle.
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We are distinguished by our outstanding attorneys, but also by our industry specialist consultants, including physicians and former senior FDA officials focused on quality and safety, good manufacturing practices, inspections and product approvals. Our consultants work under privileged legal supervision to provide companies with integrated medical and technical assessments and recommendations, including for FDA interfaces, meetings and submissions; system audits and mock inspections; and crisis management.
Our team in the EU focuses on EU and national (French, Belgian and German) issues associated with the legal requirements of the pharmaceutical, biologic, medical device, cosmetic and food industries. They advise life sciences clients on successful strategies for addressing significant EU policy developments and the EU regulatory regimes. The EU team represents our clients in litigation cases before German and European courts, including the General Court and the Court of Justice of the European Union, and in investigations.
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LMG Life Sciences
January 22, 2021
Kyle Sampson explains why a joint U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and FDA notice that could exempt a plethora of medical devices from premarket review falls under a recent regulatory freeze from the Biden administration