CHICAGO -- The Food and Drug Administration is likely to underscore its enforcement of the new product-labeling law by making an example of a major violator, an attorney specializing in label laws said here. Steven Steinborn, an attorney with Hogan & Hartson, Washington, said he believes the FDA's objective, because of its limited resources, will be to make the most of an enforcement opportunity. "So enforcement will be designed to make the biggest splash possible," he said. Steinborn ...

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