Q&A: 20-Hour 510(k)? Attorney Calls On Courts To Update Its Figures
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
In an interview with "The Gray Sheet," medical device attorney Jeffrey Shapiro discusses his effort to get the federal courts to modify what he says is a drastically outdated perception of the 510(k) process.
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