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Court Tosses Amarin Fair Trade Complaint Against Omega-3 Imports

Majority opinion by Federal Circuit upheld International Trade Commission's decision and denied as moot Amarin's petition for order to compel a judicial or government officer or agency to perform a duty. Dissenting opinion not only agrees ITC acted correctly denying the firm's complaint, but also says the commission's decision wasn't appealable. Ropes & Gray attorneys suggest ruling provides guidance for additional fair trade complaints about FDA-regulated products.

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Latest OTC Homeopathic Firm Using Rx Indications Also A Repeat GMP Offender

FDA says Newton Laboratories sells unapproved Rx homeopathics because its products are labeled to treat diseases and conditions including allergies, chicken pox and “suicidal tendency.” Warning letter says firm also has repeatedly violated same GMPs across more than a decade of inspections.

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Pain Relief Most Popular Reason For Using CBD In UK

Pain relief is by far the most popular reason for taking CBD in the UK, a recent survey has revealed. The research by YouGov also finds that a quarter of those who have not tried CBD are tempted to do so. 
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Health And Wellness Products Trademark Review 15 October, 2019

Trademarks are registered and published for opposition with the US Patent and Trademark Office and are published weekly in the agency's Official Gazette.


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Supplement Firm Pays $500,000 Redress After Targeting Elderly With Disease Claims

NatureCity will pay $500,000 for consumer redress and contact customers defrauded by claims aloe vera supplements treat high cholesterol, chronic pain and diabetes. Firm promoted AloeCran and TrueAloe supplements with significant promotions and far-reaching direct mailers for nearly 20 years.
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