Judge denies Shelhigh's bid to modify consent order

01/11/2008 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

A federal judge has denied the bid of Union, N.J.-based device maker Shelhigh to rewrite the terms of a voluntary-consent decree it signed with the FDA after the agency found problems in its manufacturing processes. The company asked for the release of its inventory of medical devices for export in Europe and to contest the fines against the company's founders for noncompliance.

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