Lawyers for the Lifecycle of Foods, Dietary Supplements,
Cosmetics, Drugs & Medical Devices





       

Amin Talati Wasserman Addresses Explosive Growth of California Class Actions With Addition of Los Angeles Office, Veteran Litigators

Consumer class action lawsuits against manufacturers and retailers of food, beverage, dietary supplement, and cosmetic products are growing aggressively across the country and in particular in California. Now, the leading boutique law firm to those MORE >

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Food, Beverage, Dietary Supplement & Cosmetic Compliance

We support clients throughout the entire lifecycle of products aimed at improving the population's health and wellness.

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Intellectual Property Protection

Drawing heavily on our IP, patent, trade secret, and trademark expertise, we provide our clients with business advice and strategies that enhance product value and prevent future litigation.

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Trial Practice, Litigation & Dispute Resolution

We are experienced in and have a strong track record in dispute resolution, litigation, and trial practice related to FDA, FTC, Proposition 65 regulations, patent and trademark infringement, consumer false advertising, class actions, and supply chain technology software, e-commerce, and breach of contract claims.

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Medical Device & Drug Compliance

We provide strategic advice to clients from the inception of their drug and device products with a focus on enhancing product value, gaining regulatory approvals, and ensuring compliance.

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    FDA commish probable nominee signals status quo for CBD

    President Joe Biden is reportedly likely to nominate Robert M. Califf, M.D., to lead FDA. He would return to the role he held under the Obama administration. Todd Runestad | Oct 18, 2021 Although there has been a sea change in hemp CBD rules since Barack Obama left the White House, the Biden administration’s likely pick […]

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    More FTC scrutiny of endorsements puts sports category into crosshairs, experts say

    Last week the US Federal Trade Commission sent notices to more than 700 companies about how market products in this way without violating federal guidelines. A key issue is whether the relationship of the endorser to the company whose products he or she is endorsing is made clear in the marketing materials.   Read the […]

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    FTC Is Putting Businesses on Notice About Fake, Misleading Endorsements

    “Fake reviews and other forms of deceptive endorsements cheat consumers and undercut honest businesses,” said Samuel Levine, Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, in the press release. “Advertisers will pay a price if they engage in these deceptive practices.” By Julia Peterman  – October 14, 2021 Washington, D.C.—The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has […]