Class Action Feeding Frenzy Could Chill On Legislation, Judicial Shift
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Food and supplement class action complaints could be slowed by legislation in Congress and by judges potentially de-emphasizing reliance on FDA interpretation of statutes, say lawyers during FDLI conference discussion.
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