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A Drug Rep, Off-Label Marketing & Free Speech: Caronia in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals

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Published on Mar 11, 2013

The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeal's recent conclusion in Caronia, that off-label marketing is 'protected free speech,' could have a dramatic impact on promotion of prescription drugs, health care, government prosecution of drug companies (yielding billions in settlements), doctors and lawyers. On The American Law Journal, host Christopher Naughton moderates a panel discussion with New York criminal law attorney
Jennifer L. McCann who represented pharma rep Alfred Caronia; plaintiff's counsel Brian J. McCormick, Jr. of Sheller, P.C.; award-winning journalist Ed Silverman with Pharmalot; and from CNN Washington, D.C. studios, former FDA counsel Anne K. Walsh, now representing drug companies with Hyman, Phelps & McNamara. For more information, visit LawJournalTV.com.

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