Why Attend?

Agenda
Location & CLE

The Food and Dietary Supplement Safety and Regulation Conference will bring together leading regulators, attorneys, industry representatives, academics, consumer advocates, and consultants to discuss current issues and latest trends in food and dietary supplement safety and regulation. Topics will include FDA and USDA regulatory compliance and enforcement, inspections, recalls, food safety technology, and emerging and growing product categories such as cell-cultured meat and Cannabis ingredient-infused products. This is a must-attend event for attorneys, advocates, and regulatory affairs professionals who focus on food and/or dietary supplement products.

Conference Highlights:

  • Update on and analysis of the latest trends in improving food and dietary supplement safety
  • Overview of recent food and dietary supplement recalls and enforcement actions
  • Discussion on evolving FDA and USDA regulations and areas of focus

Register

Industry & Firms

$699
  • +$200 for non-members

Non-Profit

$599
  • +$100 for non-members

Government

$599
  • +$100 for non-members

Academic

$599
  • +$100 for non-members

Student

Free

Sponsors

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please let us know if you would like more information.

Gold Sponsor

 

Planning Committee

Chair

Heili Kim, Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath, LLP

Committee Members

Robert Durkin, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
Andrea G. Ferrenz, Campbell Soup Company
Neal Fortin, Michigan State University College of Law
Karen Jensen, Vitaflo International – A Nestle Health Science Company
Marisa Kreider, Cardno ChemRisk
Deepti A. Kulkarni, Sidley Austin LLP
Tim Lombardo, EAS Consulting Group
Jessica P. O’Connell, Covington & Burling LLP
Stuart M. Pape, Polsinelli PC
Amaru J. Sanchez, Wiley Rein LLP
Nury Helena Yoo, Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath, LLP

Call for Proposals

FDLI and the Conference Planning Committee thanks to those who participated in the Call for Proposals this fall. The input received from industry stakeholders helps us plan a timely program. If you submitted a proposal, you will be notified of the status of your proposal in January.