Dominick DiSabatino is a partner on the Life Sciences team in the firm's Washington, D.C. office.
Areas of Practice
Dominick’s practice focuses on complex FDA and healthcare regulatory, compliance and legal matters in the life sciences industry. Drawing from in-house secondments with clients of various growth stages, Dominick counsels pharmaceutical, biotechnology, cosmetics and medical device companies on critical business decisions spanning the entire product life cycle, from research and development to product launch and commercialization.
Dominick offers clients a deep knowledge of advertising and promotion of FDA-regulated products, organizational OIG compliance programs, labeling review and approval strategies, managed markets and payer interactions and privacy/data security concerns. He also advises his clients on matters regarding commercial contracting and supply chain logistics, clinical trial agreements, federal transparency obligations and interactions with FDA such as post-market adverse event and product complaint reporting, facility inspections and Form 483s. With his background in intellectual property law, Dominick identifies client issues related to patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets.
Dominick is committed to pro bono service. He has counseled nonprofit organizations focused on health care integration and optimization and post-incarceration reentry programs. He also represented New York City's senior citizens in housing disputes and provided free speech advice for press operations in Africa.
- Law360, 06.03.2022
- New York Law Journal, 03.23.2022
- Law360, 08.13.2020
- Law360, 03.07.2018
FDA Law Blog
- "FDA Issues Untitled Letter to Bausch Health Companies for Misleading Statements Relating to DUOBRII™," April 19, 2022
- "OIG Advisory Opinion Alert: Yet Another Favorable Decision for Medical Device Manufacturers," March 17, 2022
- "FDA Issues Untitled Letter to Althera Pharmaceuticals for Statements Relating to ROSZET®," June 23, 2022