March 2014

Food & Drug law book now available in 7th Edition

the new completely updated and expanded  “reader friendly” 7th ed. of  Food & Drug law book by Roseann B. Termini, Esq. was recently published in print and ebooks.

Quick Description: This “Go To” Resource”  print edition  contains 12 volumes (60 chapters in all) and is organized into separate subject specific volumes with a concise introduction to provide a roadmap for the reader.

Includes Top United States Supreme Court  Cases—Pay-for-Delay: Actavis, Design Defects and Generic Drugs: Mutual Pharmaceutical, DNA Patent Issues—Myriad
Latest Laws and Regulations—Pharmacy Compounding: Drug Quality and Security Act, Food Safety Modernization Act—new domestic and international regulations, “Gluten-free” Labeling Antibiotic use in Food Producing Animals, Generic Drug Labelling Changes and more….
Latest Issues— Obesity, Off-label, Arsenic in food, E-cigarettes, User fees, Biosimilars, E-cigarettes to name a few…
FDA and Beyond—FDA as “Watchdog”, FTC and USDA.
The specific volume names listed below are all contained in the print book.
Volume I: The “Why” of the United States Food and Drug Administration, Landmark Legislation and Court Decisions
Volume III: The Food and Drug Administration—Criminal and Civil Enforcement Strategies
Volume IV: Medical Device and Radiation Emitting Products Regulation
Volume V: Human Drug Regulation—Approvals, Promotion, Marketing, Warnings, Accountability, and Postmarket Surveillance
Volume VI: Biotechnology and Biologic Products Regulation
Volume VII: Veterinary Products Regulation
Volume VIII: Personal Care Products Regulation—Safety, Terminology, Product Classification, and Enforcement
Volume IX: Food Regulation—Food Safety, Recalls, Claims, Additives, Allergens, and Biotechnology
Volume X: Dietary Supplements, Herbs and Botanicals Regulation
Volume XI: Tobacco Products Regulation
Volume XII: Professionalism, Politics, Foreign Corrupt Practices, Product Classification, Globalization and the Future


In addition to the new edition print book, to reflect the current state of the profession and the academic discipline of food and drug law,  I chose to also separate the treatise into 12 stand-alone ebooks, each available separately, and organized by subject area as Food and Drug law has become increasingly specialized. You will get a better idea of what I mean if you go to the fortipublications.com link to see both the print and the stand-alone Ebooks. Alternatively, you can find each ebook on Amazon .  The new 7th ed. print edition is still available at www.fortipublications.com.
Roseann B. Termini, Esq.

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http://ssrn.com/author=944614

http://fortipublications.com/blog/ (All Topics Food and Drug Law Blog)