May 18, 2022 |
Eric Fader explained that certain steps can be taken in preparation of a medical tourist patient in the PartB News article, “Prepare and monitor: Take extra steps when the patient’s a medical tourist.”
If a patient plans on getting medical treatment in another country, make him or her aware of the risks involved and andRead More
May 18, 2022 |
Eric Fader was quoted in the PartB News article, “Did your practice get burned online? Reach out — and redirect.”
The article examines what providers should do when they receive a negative review. Responding can make matters worse or even violate HIPAA.
Even if a patient discloses much of his or her own private healthRead More
May 16, 2022 |
Ullman was cited in the Natural Products Insider article “Lawyers skeptical FDA warning letters will chill delta-8 THC market.”
The article discusses the effect of the recent rash of FDA warning letters on delta-8 THC products. The warning letters note that delta-8 THC is not an approved treatment for medical conditions.
Asked whether the warningRead More
May 10, 2022 |
Marc Ullman, quoted in the NutraIngredients-USA article, “FDA cites 10 firms for use of ingredients flagged as illegal,” expressed his suspicion of the recent warning letters that the FDA sent to 10 dietary supplement companies using ingredients that have been added to its Ingredients Advisory List.
The FDA has marked some of these potentially harmfulRead More
May 9, 2022 | |
Evan H. Krinick, Managing Partner of Rivkin Radler LLP, is pleased to announce that Jill Citron, David Santana and Victoria Zorovich have joined the firm.
Jill Citron, of Jericho, NY, has joined the firm as Counsel in the firm’s Personal, Family & Business Planning Practice Group, resident in the Uniondale office. Citron concentrates her practiceRead More
May 2, 2022 |
Evan H. Krinick, Managing Partner of Rivkin Radler LLP, is pleased to announce that Joshua Zukofsky, Amanda Hegyes and Jeremy Poland have joined the firm.
Joshua Zukofsky, of, Demarest, NJ, has joined the firm as Counsel in the firm’s Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use Practice Group, resident in the Hackensack office. Zukofsky represents majorRead More
April 29, 2022 |
Marc Ullman commented on how the FDA’s recent enforcement discretion of NAC will bring some certainty to the market in NutraIngredientsUSA article, “Enforcement discretion gives some solace to NAC space, observers say.”
Ullman stated, “FDA enforcement discretion on matters like NAC should be fairly reliable in the absence of any data emerging indicating a potentialRead More
April 27, 2022 |
Jennifer Hillman will be a speaker at the New York State Bar Association Trusts & Estates Law Section Spring Meeting on Friday, May 13.
She will be co-presenting, “Is Mediation the Future of T&E Litigation?”
This 2-day program begins on May 12 and is eligible for CLE credit. Register for the event here.Read More
April 26, 2022 |
Marc Ullman was cited in the Natural Products Insider article, “Supplements sector eyes Amazon after release of FDA NAC guidance.”
After the FDA published draft guidance on the use of NAC last week, people have wondered if Amazon will resume sales of the ingredient.
Ullman stated that the draft guidance is “a win for industry”Read More
April 26, 2022 | |
Marc Ullman was quoted in the Natural Products Insider article, “FDA written enforcement discretion on CBD unlikely.”
The article discusses how the FDA is unlikely to issue a formal policy of enforcement discretion for CBD-containing products marketed as dietary supplements.
Ullman doesn’t believe the agency would issue a CBD enforcement discretion policy similar to NAC.Read More
April 21, 2022 | |
Marc Ullman commented on the FDA’s recent announcement that it will exercise enforcement discretion on the use of NAC in the NutraIngredientsUSA article, “FDA formally announces NAC enforcement, but legal handover remains.”
The draft guidance came in response to two petitions, one referencing the DSHEA grandfather date of 1994. The FDA rejected the grandfather dateRead More
April 19, 2022 |
Jonathan Bruno and Deborah Isaacson secured dismissal from the Appellate Division, First Department of a complaint asserting claims for legal malpractice, breach of fiduciary duty and breach of contract, with the Appellate Division affirming the trial court’s decision granting their motion for summary judgment and denying plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment.
The Firm’s clients representedRead More
April 15, 2022 |
On April 8, John Panagopoulos represented the developer of a new construction dwelling located at 84A Greenlawn Road, Huntington, NY, for a purchase price of $2.1 million.Read More
April 15, 2022 |
On March 31, Ron Kornblum represented six tenant-in-common entities in the refinanced, multi-unit luxury apartment complex called Annandale Gardens, located at 10862 Nichols Blvd., Olive Branch, MS, with a $42.15 million loan from Capital One.
On March 21, Ron Kornblum, Marie Landsman and Amy Silver represented the purchaser with a triple-net-lease tenant at 2200 SmithtownRead More
April 8, 2022 |
On May 18 from 1 to 3pm , Nancy Del Pizzo will participate in the AHPA webinar, “A Crash Course in Copyright and Trademark Protection.”
The program will provide suggestions for acquiring, protecting and enforcing a business’s IP rights and will share how to differentiate between copyrights and trademarks. Nancy will be joined by WilliamRead More
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