The Battle Between Big Pharma and Generics Heats Up in 2018

November 26, 2018

The Hatch-Waxman Act (1984) made it easier for generic drugs to enter the market by relieving a manufacturer from having to conduct clinical tests to prove the safety and efficacy of the generic. Instead, the manufacturer need only submit an Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) proving the bioequivalence of the generic to the original branded […]

Brent A. Johnson, Ph.D.

Michael I. Katz

A Spotlight on Young Innovators

September 7, 2018

This summer, Maschoff Brennan launched an Orange County student innovator scholarship as part of the OCBJ’s Innovator of the Year Award. We will award up to three $2500 scholarships to undergraduate or graduate students who demonstrate outstanding innovation in any field. We invite nominations through August 20, through our website, In this inaugural essay, […]

Michael I. Katz

Attorney-Client Privilege: Here’s What You Need To Know

August 16, 2018

The history of attorney-client privilege has its roots in Roman times. Trial lawyers, known in Roman times as advocates, could not be called upon to be witnesses in a trial for which they were taking part. The close relationship between the attorney and his or her client necessitated protection of the communications between the two […]

Brooke A. Groneman