Archive | October, 2013

from the archives… Interview with Peter Barton Hutt, “Dean of the Food and Drug Bar” (Part 2 of 2)

If you could write your own food regulatory act, how would it differ from the current regime? It would simplify the current one, but it would use many of the same terms. So many of the things that Congress adds to a statute are totally redundant and irrelevant. I keep making the point in class […]

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from the archives … Interview with Peter Barton Hutt, “Dean of the Food and Drug Bar” (Part 1 of 2)

Dubbed the “dean of the food and drug bar” by the Legal Times, Peter Hutt has been a leading food and drug law practitioner and scholar for almost half a century. Hutt has specialized in food and drug law at the Washington D.C. firm of Covington and Burlington since 1960, pausing only to serve as […]

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