FBMJ attorneys have represented pharmacists and pharmacies in a number of matters, including the defense of malpractice claims, contract and third-party issues, third party audits, general business/operations issues, licensing, and employment related matters.
Our highly skilled lawyers routinely represent clients in matters dealing with sophisticated pharmacy or pharmacology issues, including pharmacokinetics, drug interactions, therapeutic duplication, therapeutic substitution, dispensing errors, labeling errors, failure to warn, and adverse reactions. We are uniquely qualified to represent our pharmacy clients, employing a senior trial attorney who is also a licensed pharmacist as the group’s practice leader. Our pharmacy law team has successfully tried complex malpractice cases to defense verdicts. Our reputation in the field of pharmacy law is often tapped by this industry when our lawyers are frequently invited to speak to pharmacy and other medical groups around the state. We have also assisted our pharmacy clients with other non-litigated work such as researching FDA related issues and conducting pre-suit investigations and counseling.
- Executive Order 2020-104 Authorizes Pharmacists, Physician Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners to Establish and Administer COVID-19 Testing Services With Proper Safety Protocols in Place
- Executive Order 2020-97 Requires Michigan Companies to Develop a COVID-19 Infectious Disease Plan by June 1, 2020, Or Within Two Weeks of Resuming In-Person Work
- FDA Says CBD is Illegal to Market & Possibly Unsafe