The People’s Republic of China is the largest worldwide importer of food products. This presents a significant opportunity for manufacturers and retailers; however they must be able to navigate China’s complex regulations and litigation risks. In this webinar, our expert panelists will provide an overview of food law in China, offer practical considerations for exporting or selling products in Chinese markets, and discuss recent legal developments such as new manufacturing facility registration and food safety requirements, evolving labeling and e-commerce laws, and consumer litigation. The session will then conclude with predictions on the future of food law in China.

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David J. Ettinger, Partner, Keller and Heckman LLP
Edison Tang, Chief Operating Officer, Food Coordinate Consulting and Legal Counsel, Shanghai Food and Drug Safety Board 
Moderated by Michael T. Roberts, Executive Director for the Resnick Center for Food Law and Policy, UCLA School of Law

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