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The Food and Drug Law Institute to Present Distinguished Service and Leadership Awards to Andersen, Autor, Brady, Thirolf
Date:12/2/2011

one of the leading Food and Drug lawyers in Washington, DC by Legal Times (September 2005); included in The Best Lawyers in America (2010); included in the 2011 edition of Washington DC's Best Lawyers and received a "first tier" ranking from Chambers USA (2009; 2010; 2011). He counsels clients on all aspects of product development and clinical investigation; product approvals; and product promotion and post-approval requirements on a wide array of civil and criminal enforcement issues. He regularly counsels clients and conducts assessments of good clinical practices, good manufacturing practices and safety reporting, continuing medical education, research grants, scientific exchange and dissemination of medical information, and post-approval advertising and promotion conduct. He also counsels companies on all aspects of marketing and promoting over-the-counter drug products, as well as cosmetics. From 1981 to 1983, he served as the Executive Assistant to the Commissioner of the FDA. His government career with the FDA's Office of Chief Counsel began in 1975, when he served in several positions including Associate Chief Counsel for Biologics, Associate Chief Counsel for Foods, and Associate Chief Counsel for Enforcement. Mr. Brady received a BA from the University of Rochester and a JD, with honors, from George Washington University Law School.

EUGENE M. THIROLF, JR. completed his service as the Director of the Office of Consumer Litigation, U.S. Department of Justice in May 2011. Since his retirement earlier this year, Mr. Thirolf has acted as a consultant on legal and regulatory issues involving the Consumer Product Safety Commission, FDA, and the Federal Trade Commission. In 1978, Mr. Thirolf joined the Department of Justice's Office of Special Investigations, which investigated and litigated cases involving Nazis and Nazi collaborators who illegally immigrated to the United States. Mr. Thirolf received an award for his successful prosecution of the Bishop
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