Several months ago I linked all of my more extensive criminal defense internet pharmacy law and Ryan Haight Act articles (discussing both controlled and noncontrolled substances) in one blog post. Below is my second attempt at doing so, given that I have written much more since then. Keep in mind that the legal landscape for internet pharmacy law has changed quite a bit since some of these articles and blog posts were written. For example, the Ryan Haight Act (Ryan Haight Online Pharmacy Consumer Protection Act) was passed in October 2008 and becomes effective in April 2009. Consequently, some of the discussion might be a bit dated. Nonetheless, they, at the very least, provide useful criminal defense lawyer commentary on historical and current online pharmacy jurisprudence and white collar crime prosecutions.
RYAN HAIGHT ONLINE PHARMACY CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT DISCUSSION
The Ryan Haight Act is an amendment to the Controlled Substances Act and becomes effective in April 2009. It is the source of much legal controversy, and such controversy is discussed in the following articles:
GENERAL INTERNET PHARMACY LAW DISCUSSION
RYAN HAIGHT ACT STATUS ARTICLES
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Category: Internet Pharmacy Law