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Professor Lietzan Named a “Best Lawyer in America”

Professor Erika Lietzan has again been named a “Best Lawyer in America”  in both FDA Law and Biotechnology & Life Sciences. This marks the sixth year in a row for FDA Law and the twelfth year in a row for Biotechnology Law. The Best Lawyers honor is meant to identify the top 5 percent of practicing attorneys in the United…

Do Regulatory Reform Efforts Inevitably Entrench the Administrative State?: Teleforum Set for August 22

Professor Thom Lambert and J. Kennerly Davis, Jr., will be the speakers in a teleforum scheduled on August 22, “Do Regulatory Reform Efforts Inevitably Entrench the Administrative State?” The forum brings together two speakers well-versed in regulation and regulatory reforms. But they have differing approaches and perspectives on the fundamental assumptions of the current regulatory system.…

Professor Lietzan Named Affiliate Scholar of Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property

Professor Erika Lietzan has been named an Affiliate Scholar at the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property, part of George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School. She is also currently the recipient of an Thomas Edison Innovation Fellowship and a Leonardo da Vinci Fellowship Grant, both from the center, for a large historical and empirical project relating to restoration…

Professor Lietzan to Attend Economics Institute for Law Professors

Professor Erika Lietzan was selected to attend the Thirty-Third Economics Institute for Law Professors, hosted by the Henry G. Manne Program in Law and Economic Studies at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University. Professor Lietzan researches, writes and teaches primarily in the areas of drug and device regulation, intellectual property and administrative law. This eight-day program is designed…