Pharmacies & Pharmaceutical Distibution

Stilling & Harrison provides pharmacy and pharmaceutical distribution law from the perspective of lawyers who are pharmacists, have worked in retail and hospital pharmacies, held academic positions in pharmacy programs, and served in national leadership roles in pharmacy law.

Lawyers for Pharmacies and Pharmaceutical Companies

Whether you are visiting us as a national retail pharmacy business, a pharmacy benefit manager, a compounding pharmacy, a nutraceutical business, or an independent community pharmacy, we have experience advising clients about the same needs you have.  If you operate a 340B pharmacy program and need to negotiate repayments, we can help.  If you are an independent pharmacy opening a satellite, negotiating underpayments, contracting with a switch vendor or hiring additional pharmacists, we can help.  If you are a compounding pharmacy developing a sales force, we can advise you on fraud and abuse issues associated with pharmacy sales forces.  If you are a compounding pharmacy needing advice on FDA or FTC review, our lawyers have substantial experience in those areas.  And if your pharmacy compliance plan needs review or revision, we can help.

We also have extensive experience defending pharmacies in state and federal licensing investigations, commercial insurance company investigations, federal payor billing matters, and privacy and security compliance issues.  Individual pharmacies, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians come to us regularly for individual licensing investigations or pharmacy board actions.

We look forward to talking with you about your pharmacy law needs.

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