Published: Thursday, August 3, 2006
Many companies have learned the hard way that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) does not send Warning Letters. If your claims are out of compliance, FTC is going to file a complaint. And, unfortunately, in the past few years, dietary supplement companies have also learned the hard way that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is not going to sit on its hands if the agency is unhappy with the response it gets after issuing a Warning Letter. In Both cases, a redistribution of wealth is looming on the horizon, and it will likely be more than the "cost of doing business."
Featuring Representatives from FDA, FTC, Ullman Shapiro & Ullman
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