Attorney Referral Service
These are just some of the many questions that require the expertise of someone with knowledge of both pharmacy and the law. The ASPL Attorney Referral Service allows interested parties to connect with a lawyer who is an expert in Pharmacy Law.
The Attorney Referral Service has five (5) practice areas
Attorney Referral Service Fees
Search Fee: There is no fee for using the referral service to locate an attorney.
Listing Fee: There is a $100 fee for attorneys who wish to be listed on the Attorney Referral Service. The listing fee is per person/per state. Each additional state is $100.
Eligibility of Participating Lawyers
Attorney must be admitted to the bar and in good standing in each state in which he/she is listed on the Attorney Referral Service. Attorney also must be a member of the American Society for Pharmacy Law.
Attorney Referral Service Procedures
Individual Attorneys are responsible for adhering to the rules of Professional Responsibility including any and all advertising requirements.
How Do I Join the Attorney Referral Service?
The Attorney Referral Service Listing Fee is $100 per state per year. The initial listing fee covers one attorney/one state/up to five (5) Practice Areas. Each additional state is $100.
You must be a member of the American Society for Pharmacy Law to be included on the Attorney Referral Service Listing. If you are not a member join now. You will be able to sign up for the Attorney Referral Service at the same time you join ASPL.
If you are already an ASPL member and wish to sign up for the Attorney Referral Service at this time, contact the ASPL Administrative offices at 217.529-6948 or by email at email@example.com.
Click here to search the Attorney Referral Service listing.
February 14, 2017
Washington Product Liability Act requires device manufacturers to provide warnings to hospital purchasers
The Washington State Supreme Court has ruled that manufacturers of prescription devices have a duty under the state's Product Liability Act (PLA) to provide warnings to hospital purchasers of their devices if they are to avoid strict liability under the PLA. The case at bar involved injuries to the decedent patient from alleged improper patient selection and use of the da Vinci System robotic surgery device.
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2017 DPLXXVIII Seminar
November 2-5, 2017