Evan has specialized in medical device and medical technology law and has been advising and representing companies before FDA for more than two decades. Evan’s experience spans the breadth of the FDA’s medical device regulatory requirements from helping clients to obtain marketing authorizations, comply with ongoing regulatory controls, and providing his clients with assistance in avoiding or addressing the aftermath of an FDA enforcement action. As an advisor to start-ups, mid-sized, and large medical device manufacturers, Evan recognizes the operational and financial considerations involved in managing compliance and creating regulatory strategies.
In addition, Evan is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at the George Mason University School of Law where he instructs future FDA regulatory attorneys on all aspects to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act from A to Z. Moreover, he also has over a decade of experience teaching FDA law to FDA employees in the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) at FDA’s request.
Evan understands both the law and the passion that his clients have for the products that they are bringing to market. From multinational firms to start-ups, companies look to Evan to provide the key guidance and assistance they need to effectively accomplish their goals in the pervasively regulated FDA sector.