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Drug & Pharmacy

The drug and pharmacy industry is in an era of unprecedented change. Greater patient demand, intense competition, growing state and federal regulatory oversight, new innovations, and shrinking profit margins are challenging the entire supply chain. Our attorneys are entrenched in your industry and committed to being your go-to legal team.

Drug & Pharmacy

When it comes to procuring essential business counseling, regulatory compliance, guidance on government affairs, or dispute resolution services, pharmacies, health care providers, technology companies, and others in the industry depend on Much.

Resolution-focused results for transactions and commercial or regulatory disputes.

Our clients include major drug manufacturers, pharmacies, and national health systems, as well as third-party logistics providers, wholesalers, startup technology and research companies, pharmacy benefit managers, individual physician practices, and other for-profit and nonprofit entities. They typically come to us with a business idea, seeking legal signoff and a strategy. We understand the sector and the highly complex issues that can frustrate these industry participants, and we produce the right results that enable them to achieve their goals.

We provide experienced counsel in the following areas of drug and pharmacy law:

  • Administrative and regulatory compliance
  • Audits
  • Congressional inquiries
  • DEA registration matters
  • Electronic prescribing
  • ERISA compliance
  • Estate and succession planning
  • Federal Trade Commission requirements
  • Government investigations
  • In-store clinics
  • Labor and employment
  • Litigation and conflict resolution, including trials, arbitration, and mediation
  • Licensing and certification
  • Management agreements
  • Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement
  • Mergers, acquisitions, and corporate transactions
  • Pedigree issues
  • Real estate
  • Specialty pharmacy matters
  • State consumer protection laws
  • Technological issues and entities, including software and automation
  • Third-party logistics provider issues
  • FDA regulations
  • Vendor agreements
  • Wholesale distribution issues

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