Rick Blumberg, FDA’s “Fearless And Passionate” Chief Litigation Counsel, Dies At 69
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The food and drug law bar is mourning the passing of Blumberg, who joined FDA in 1970 where he became known as a tough, fair, candid champion of the agency.
You may also be interested in...
Dickinson, who joined the Office of Chief Counsel in 1994, retired on 24 September. Former colleagues note the impact she had within and outside the agency, particularly as the ‘legendary leader’ of the legal approach to generic drugs.
Office of Criminal Investigations Director George Karavetsos talks about the Park Doctrine and off-label enforcement in an interview.
Office of Criminal Investigations Director George Karavetsos talks about the Park Doctrine and off-label enforcement in interview with “The Pink Sheet.”