US FDA Guidance On Interference With Inspections Needs More Detail, Attorneys Say
Agency should clarify how quickly it expects requested documents to be produced before a company is determined to have delayed an inspection, attorneys say during a FDLI meeting discussion of how a 2012 law enabling the agency to put a foreign facility on import alert for delaying, limiting, or refusing an inspection has played out.
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