Court Rejects Free Speech as Defense to Off-Label Drug Promotion

A federal judge in Brooklyn rejected a pharmaceutical sales representative’s defense of commercial free speech in responding to charges of criminal misbranding.   The Court found that the prohibition of off-label promotion of drugs is essential to maintaining the integrity of the FDA’s drug approval process,  The government used informants in investigating the case.   The case is United States v. Caronia, a court in Brooklyn, the Eastern District of N.Y.

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