Specialized Legal Services
Experienced with pharmaceutical industry
Dedicated legal services to professionals and companies in the highly regulated industry of prescription drugs

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Unique Industry Insights
Based on former pharmacy practice experience
Extensive former practice knowledge as pharmacy manager and business owner

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Influential Thought Leadership
As a legislative advocate and professor of pharmacy law & ethics
Continuing education material for pharmacy professionals in various areas.

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CPL has represented individuals and entities licensed and regulated by the California State Board of Pharmacy, the Department of Health Care Services, the Drug Enforcement Agency, and the Food & Drug Administration in all matters relating to compliance, regulations, disciplinary actions, license, permits and audits.  Additionally, CPL advises in new business ventures and buy-sell transactions.

Principal attorney, Tony J. Park, Pharm.D., J.D., brings unique insight and expertise based on his vast former experiences:  as pharmacy manager of a chain drug store, as owner of multiple pharmacy-related businesses including an independent Hispanic pharmacy, home care company, secondary wholesaler, billing & reimbursement agency service, home nursing agency service, and closed-door pharmacy.  He was also owner and Pharmacist-In-Charge of a compounding-only pharmacy licensed as one of the first “licensed sterile compounding“ facilities in California.  He is also currently a legislative advocate,  an adjunct professor of pharmacy law and ethics, and a pharmacy continuing education speaker.

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For All of You Compounders:

This 6 hour C.E. course will address major state and federal regulatory changes for the compounding industry. This includes changes in “traditional,” “outsourcing,” sterile, nonsterile, “hazardous,” “office use,” veterinary, and more.

Pharmacists and Technicians are subject to new and more stringent standards of practice in hospital and community settings.

Our primary target audience is: pharmacy and outsourcing facility owners, compliance officers, pharmacists-in-charge, staff pharmacists, and compounding technicians who must now (effective January 01, 2017) comply with the many new rules for compounding and higher practice standards imposed therein.
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