Job Details

Fda Associate

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Dec 20, 2021

Valid Through

Apr 04, 2022

Posted on

Aug 31, 2021

Years of Experience

Min 2 yrs required

Location

Washington, DC, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
Practice Area
Food & Drug Administration >> Food & Drug Administration
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FDA Associate
The candidate should hold a Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school and be admitted to and in good standing with the DC Bar. Must have 2+ years of experience practicing in a law firm setting, and strong legal writing, research, and analytical skills. Experience with some or all of the following preferred: experience with FTC advertising requirements, claims substantiation, investigations, and regulations; experience with NAD challenges, ingredient reviews, label, and labeling compliance, advertising claims safety evaluations, substantiation evaluations, 510(k) assessments, recall issues, import/export issues, FDA inspections, civil investigative demand letters, California Proposition 65, good manufacturing regulations for supplements and new dietary ingredient assessments; experience with state deceptive practices and investigations is required. Should be collaborative self-starter, results-oriented, and eager to grow and develop.

Company info

Victoria Sievers
Senior Manager of Associate Recruiting
Venable LLP
575 7th Street
NW
Washington, DC 20004

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