Who Will Attend

Industry representatives, including: 
  • General Counsels
  • Regulatory Affairs Specialists 
  • Quality Assurance Professionals 
  • Food Safety Specialists 
  • Food Security Experts 
  • Research and Development Professionals
  • Nutrition and Labeling Professionals
Conference attendees also will include government officials, members of the private bar, academic and consultants. 


About FOOD WEEK 2014

February 10 - 13, 2014  |  Renaissance Marriott Dupont Circle  |  Washington, D.C.

Food Week 2014 is a unique combination four advanced one-day conferences for food law, regulation and policy stakeholders, as well as FDLI's industry standard "Introduction to Food Law and Regulation" course. At this must-attend program, you set the menu — attend one, two, three or all four conferences to make the most of your Food Week 2014 experience.     

  • Monday, February 10: Conference 1 —Pulse of the Industry: What’s Trending in 2014
  • Tuesday, February 11: Conference 2—Global Developments: What’s your GPS? 
  • Wednesday, February 12:  Conference 3 — Food Advertising, Labeling, and Nutrition: A 2014 Update       
  • Thursday, February 13: Conference 4 —Food Safety: Latest Regulatory Developments & Best Practices    
  • Introduction to Food Law and Regulation will take place on February 10-11 during the first two days of the advanced conferences. While you may not attend the conferences simultaneously, you would be able to join us for conference 3 and conference 4 of the advanced programs that make up the second half of Food Week 2014.

Continuing Legal Education Credits

What's Trending in 2014
  • Ohio – pending
  • Pennsylvania – pending
  • Virginia – 4 hours

Global Developments
  • Ohio – pending
  • Pennsylvania – pending
  • Virginia – 5.5 hours

Food Advertising
  • Ohio – pending
  • Pennsylvania – pending
  • Virginia – 5.5 hours

Food Safety
  • Ohio – pending
  • Pennsylvania – pending
  • Virginia – 6.5 hours

Continuing Legal Education credits may be awarded for attending this program. FDLI applies directly to Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia. These states are generally recognized as approved jurisdictions by other states. Please contact your Bar Association for guidance.

View FDLI's Continuing Legal Education (CLE) policy.