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Off-Label Prosecution May Be Where FDA "Parks" Aggressive Enforcement Tools First

Executive Summary

FDA appears likely to target flagrant off-label promotion in its first cases under new procedures for using the Park Doctrine and strict liability statutes to prosecute corporate executives and others.

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