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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks corporate (FDA regulatory) attorney with 3-6 years of experience. The candidate will join the firm's Health Care and Life Sciences Practice Group. Legal
Should have strong academic credentials, possess outstanding writing skills, enjoy significant client contact and a desire to join a dynamic, diverse and fast paced practice area.
Boasting a large presence in the corporate and litigation arenas, exceptional training programs and an innovative partner assessment program, the firm is a major hit with associates. At this firm, associates learn exactly what it means to practice law--and have a breadth of appreciation for all elements of a large full service practice. In their posh DC offices, the environment is professional and polished.3 2018-03-14 23:37:45
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level attorney with FDA regulatory experience. The candidate must have substantial experience in pharmaceutical and/or medical device regulatory issues, including one or more of the following areas: the Hatch-Waxman and Biosimilars regulatory schemes (approval criteria, labeling, and exclusivities); product development and clinical trials; regulation of advertising and promotion for medical products (including fraud and abuse issues); cGMP/QSR compliance and enforcement; device classification, clearance and approval processes. Must preferably have experience in FDA dispute resolution procedures and administrative (APA) litigation. Legal
Must have transferable skills and a strong academic background from a nationally recognized law school. Exceptional written and oral communication skills are a must.
Though not based in DC, this firm is one of the city's largest and has the resources, personnel, and results to back it up. Even though it has offices in several major metropolitan areas, the emphasis still remains in DC, where venture capital is the most well known practice. With an approximately equal number of male and female partners, this firm is on the cutting edge of diversity. Expect a consistent work load here and for the firm to remain profitable and well positioned for the future. Associates tell us that this is the firm for great work, and good early client contact, without a stuffy or micro-management attitude. Additionally, the strong pro bono commitment and good training make this firm one of DC's best bets.3 2018-03-05 22:18:21
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks food and drug attorney with 2-4 years of experience to work in food, food additive and food packaging matters. The candidate should preferably have experience with FDA rulemaking and regulatory proceedings or those of other federal agencies (such as EPA, USDA, CPSC, FTC or TTB). Legal
Strong academic credentials, excellent analytical, writing, and interpersonal skills, and the ability to assume immediate responsibility are required.
This small to mid-sized firm's expertise lies in the high-tech arena, including pharmaceuticals, chemicals, energy, biotechnology, and e-commerce. Frequently relying on technical consultants, these lawyers are well versed in their clients' industries. The environment is small and fairly casual, with teamwork and cooperation being key themes.2 2018-03-01 18:03:56
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks drug development attorney with relevant experience. The candidate will assist the clients secure FDA approval for new drugs by leveraging the legal expertise of the approval standards in the FDC Act and implementing regulations to overcome potential regulatory or scientific impediments. Will participate in product development strategy at the initiation stage and to navigate the drug through the FDA regulatory process. Must possess a scientific background, such as a masters degree or higher in a hard science. Must be a member of the DC Bar or eligible to waive in. Legal
The corporate law office is based in the District of Columbia. Areas of concentration are food and drug law. The law firm employs thirty-eight knowledgeable attorneys. Practice areas are significant. A few of their practice disciplines include new drug development, controlled substances, advertising and health care law. Attorneys are involved in various industry seminars, conferences and other law practice events throughout the year.1 2017-09-13 01:01:40
Washington DC office is seeking an attorney with 2-6 years of experience at the FDA or in a firms Food and Drug practice. The ideal candidate will have experience in: Hatch-Waxman and biosimilars; compliance and enforcement (including GXPs and safety reporting); and/or regulation of tobacco products or medical devices. Legal
This firm may not draw instant recognition, but you can hardly do better in the Washington, DC, community. Competing against the nation's top five firms for high-level Washington DC work, this firm generally scores high in litigation and antitrust. Excellent compensation is balanced by great benefits,plus the prestige of being one of DC's best home-grown powerhouses. With hundreds of attorneys, this firm fares well competing at the top of the ranks for clients, and attributes its success partly to the caliber of lawyer it employs. Only top grades from top schools are acceptable here.2 2017-10-24 08:09:17
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