Joel began his career in the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, handling both antitrust appeals and administrative law cases that involved defending a variety of major federal regulatory agencies. Since then his focus has primarily been on FDA regulatory law. Upon his retirement from full-time practice, he was awarded the Distinguished Service and Leadership Award of the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI).
Joel has spoken at many conferences sponsored by the Food and Drug Law Institute and the American Bar Association, and has written numerous articles for the Food and Drug Law Journal, The Business Lawyer (published by the ABA Section of Business Law) and the Administrative Law Review (published by the ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice).
“The strength of Eversheds Sutherland (US)'s litigation practice has grown steadily for more than eight decades through an unwavering commitment to understanding each client’s unique business objectives and delivering exceptional client service.”
Administrative Procedures of the Food and Drug Administration (1997)
Fundamentals of FDA Law and Regulation, 2 Vols., FDLI
Professional ActivitiesAdjunct Professor of Law, George Mason University Law School (1998-2013), teaching Food and Drug Law and Generic Drugs, FDA, and Intellectual Property Law Adjunct Professor of Law, Franklin Pierce (now University of New Hampshire) Law School (1997-2002), teaching Food and Drug Law Editorial Advisory Board, Food and Drug Law Journal (1981-1989 and 2008-2012) Chair, Food and Drug Committee (1976-1986 and 1995-1999), and Member of Section Council (1973-1976), Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, American Bar Association
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