Proposed Rule Would Require List Price Disclosure on Consumer Prescription Drug Ads

Check out our recent Alert on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services proposed new rule, which would require prescription drug companies to disclose list prices of most drugs in all direct-to-consumer advertising.  I join with Foley Hoag FDA attorneys Brian Carey, Paul Kim and Christian Springer to break it down.  Of particular interest to advertising and marketing lawyers, CMS proposes that the main enforcement mechanism should be industry self-policing through Lanham Act false advertising lawsuits.  We have some doubts about this, as spelled out in the Alert.  Click the pic below to read!

CMS Proposes Requiring Prescription Drug Price Disclosure in Direct-to-Consumer Advertising

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