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Ill-Suited: Private Rights of Action and Privacy Claims

“For years, the plaintiffs’ bar has conjured multibillion-dollar class action lawsuits out of largely intangible privacy harms. This wave of litigation is increasingly driven by federal and state statutes that include private rights of action and allow for excessive statutory damages. Given the willingness of some courts to let cases proceed despite a lack of

Hot Topics at FDLI Enforcement, Litigation and Compliance Conference

Topics discussed at the recent Food & Drug Law Institute’s (FDLI) Enforcement, Litigation and Compliance Conference included FDA Center leaders’ enforcement priorities, interagency enforcement actions, the implications of increasing globalization, and the diversion of controlled substances.  Among the highlights: Joseph Rannazzisi, Deputy Assistant Administrator in DEA’s Office of Diversion Control, said due diligence is the