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FTC Issues Long-Awaited Enforcement Policy on OTC Homeopathic Drugs

Posted in Advertising, Children's Products, Consumer Product Safety, Drugs & Cosmetics, Federal Regulations, Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Manufacturer Product Safety, Product Liability

We reported a few weeks ago about a new warning from FDA related to the safety of certain teething-related, non-prescription homeopathic drug products, and in that post we mentioned that both FDA and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) held public workshops in 2015 to gather information about this uniquely-regulated class of consumer products.  Today, FTC released… Continue Reading

The Continuing Conundrum of the California Food Fight

Posted in Drugs & Cosmetics, Federal Regulations, Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Food and Beverage, Litigation

We have blogged regularly about the plethora of litigation, largely centered in California, focused on the labeling of food, beverage, cosmetics, and consumer goods.  Nationwide, consumers are demanding more information from manufacturers and retailers of these goods, and companies in the relevant industries seem ready, willing, and able to provide that information.  This is evidenced by many… Continue Reading