DOJ To Firms: Off-Label Safe Harbor Provides No More Shelter
Jeffrey Bucholtz, acting Assistant Attorney General for DOJ's civil division, emphasized two points during his appearance at an AEI forum on off-label drug use. The Department of Justice is not "out to get" firms for their promotional practices, but companies should still be careful because they may have fewer protections than they believe.
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