Administrative Agency Materials
Federal regulations on food, drugs, and cosmetics can be found in Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
Other FDA Administrative Materials
The Food and Drug Administration is the administrative agency primarily tasked with enforcing food, drug, and cosmetic law and regulations. The FDA is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services and is comprised of nine primary centers and offices responsible for regulatory oversight and enforcement.
The section of the FDA Web site devoted to Cosmetic Law can be found here.
The FDA is empowered to pursue a number of enforcement actions, and it issues guidance and other documents. Consult the recommended background sources for further description of the documents generated by FDA. Many of these materials are available on the FDA Web site, and also on IntelliConnect (UM Law only), as described below.
FDA Enforcement Reports (2004 - )
Also available on CCH IntelliConnect (1999 - ) (Food, Drugs, and Devices > Food, Drugs, and Cosmetics Primary Source Materials > FDA Issuances > Enforcement Reports) (UM Law only)
FDA Warning Letters (1996 - )
Also available on CCH IntelliConnect (1995 - ) (Food, Drugs, and Devices > Food, Drugs, and Cosmetics Primary Source Materials > FDA Issuances > Food, Drugs and Cosmetics Guide: Warning Letters) (UM Law only)