Recently released surveys of nurses and dentists illustrate health care providers continued inability to quickly procure certified and authentic personal protective equipment. (PPE). A survey of more than 1,000 dental practices released earlier in May found that 90% of those surveyed were concerned about procuring PPE.  A survey of over 23,000 nurses found that 87% had to reuse a single-use PPE during the period between April 15-May 10. This shortage corresponds with a high rate…
Recently released surveys of nurses and dentists illustrate health care providers continued inability to quickly procure certified and authentic personal protective equipment. (PPE). A survey of more than 1,000 dental practices released earlier in May found that 90% of those surveyed were concerned about procuring PPE.  A survey of over 23,000 nurses found that 87% had to reuse a single-use PPE during the period between April 15-May 10. This shortage corresponds with a high rate…
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, so have regulatory actions by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) affecting the regenerative medicine industry.  This includes the issuance of agency demand letters also known as “warning” letters that are served on parties for alleged violations of federal law.  Historically, such actions were not rendered until an in-person inspection had taken place, giving a company time to prepare and comply.  However, based on the latest round of warning…
Big Banks continue to deny small- and medium-sized Main Street businesses compensation due to them for helping borrowers obtain PPP loans quickly, as intended. But their arguments are thin, and the DOJ is closing in to help as well.  ZPP’s class action suits will solve the problem. To read more about our class action suits in an article by Kevin Wack for American Banker  featuring our lead attorney and Managing Partner Michael Popok,…
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, so have regulatory actions by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) affecting the regenerative medicine industry.  This includes the issuance of agency demand letters also known as “warning” letters that are served on parties for alleged violations of federal law.  Historically, such actions were not rendered until an in-person inspection had taken place, giving a company time to prepare and comply.  However, based on the latest round of warning…
Big Banks continue to deny small- and medium-sized Main Street businesses compensation due to them for helping borrowers obtain PPP loans quickly, as intended. But their arguments are thin, and the DOJ is closing in to help as well.  ZPP’s class action suits will solve the problem. To read more about our class action suits in an article by Kevin Wack for American Banker  featuring our lead attorney and Managing Partner Michael Popok,…