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Running Head: ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CASE STUDY Food and Drug Administration (FDA) VS Brown and Williamson Tobacco Corporation Student Name Professor Name Course Date 1 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CASE STUDY 2 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was founded in 1906 with the aim of regulating the public health of the Americans including controlling food and drugs in order to protect consumers from harmful consumption of products (Deyton, 2011). The case of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) VS Brown and Williamson Tobacco Corporation is used to depict the ethical importance of regulatory agencies as well as regulatory compliance. Purpose of regulatory agencies In the United States, regulatory agencies are legally mandated to ensure products are up to standards and that they are not threat to consumers' health and uprightness. Normally, as indicated by Crawford (2017), regulatory agencies are formed by Acts of the Congress to protect consumers from unscrupulous business people. Moreover, these agencies have jurisdictions to introduce policies and imposing standards and ensuring compliance with same. However, ethical concerns are important when providing policies to provide conducive environmen ...
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