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Pre-emption Defense: Pharma Must Show Record Of Interaction With FDA

Executive Summary

The Supreme Court's ruling in Wyeth v. Levine, which limits the circumstances in which companies can claim FDA-approved labeling pre-empts state product liability suits, is going to require companies to have a detailed dialogue with FDA

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