Professor James O’Reilly discusses his career path which began as an Associate General Counsel at Procter & Gamble for 24 years where he worked to ensure the company’s products were FDA compliant and worked with Congress to create drug and medical device legislation. His book, Food and Drug Administration, Thomson/West (1979-date, 3 vol. 5th Ed. 2015) was cited by the U.S. Supreme Court as “The expert” on FDA law. He also taught several courses at the University of Cincinnati College of Law including administrative law, food and drug law, and systems of regulation. He now teaches at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine courses relating to public health services and sciences.
Edgar J. Asebey is an FDA attorney and partner at Keller Asebey Life Science Law. He has a background in molecular biology and early in his career worked as a patent and licensing specialist at the National Cancer Institute at NIH. Today he spends the majority of his time assisting clients with complex FDA compliance matters. He represents clients in all the life sciences (food, drug, cosmetics, and medical devices) – and has specialized in providing regulatory guidance to international client companies. Mr. Asebey also advises life science clients with regard to M&A, venture finance, IP licensing and transactional matters and has served as an advisor to the governments of Japan and Colombia on FSMA compliance matters.
James T. O’Reilly, Professor of Public Health, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH
Edgar J. Asebey, Partner, Keller Asebey Life Science Law PLLC, Pompano Beach, FL
Liz Stone, Managing Director, The Dubin Group, San Francisco, CA
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