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November 1, 2013
As if getting a FDA action wasn't bad enough, many companies that receive warning letters from the agency soon face class action lawsuits. This INSIDER exclusive video interview with Claudia Lewis, partner, Venable LLP, gives tips to companies on avoiding such a scenario.
Find out what is likely to cause FDA to send a warning letter, when a company should add a warning letter and how to reduce the risk of class action lawsuits.
Hear Lewis discuss adverse event reporting (AER) requirements in INSIDER's "Digital Summit Contract Manufacturing: the Paperwork Trail."
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