Stuart Pape helps clients understand and meet challenges presented by regulations imposed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), and similar health and safety regulatory bodies worldwide. He focuses on assisting clients in obtaining approval of new food ingredients, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices; advising on labeling and advertising of regulated products; assisting in enforcement proceedings initiated by regulatory bodies; and lobbying in connection with legislative consideration of statutory changes to the laws governing FDA-regulated products. Mr. Pape is a member of the Patton Boggs Executive Committee.
Mr. Pape regularly appears before the FDA; USDA; the Consumer Product Safety Commission; the U.S. Customs and Border Protection; numerous other federal and state regulatory bodies; and the Congress of the United States. Mr. Pape served in various positions in the Office of the Chief of Counsel at the FDA prior to joining the firm in 1980. He is the former associate chief counsel for food, and from 1978-1979, served as executive assistant to FDA Commissioner Donald Kennedy.
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Administrative Law & Regulation Practice Group Podcast
April 08, 2014