The Legal, Regulatory and Compliance Forum on Dietary Supplements
June 26-27, 2013
New York, NY
Recent changes in Congress and at FDA have presented the dietary supplements industry with a whole new set of challenges. The imminent departure of long –time industry champion Senator Tom Harkin and the push for more stringent AER requirements in view of the caffeine/energy drink controversy in Congress, not to mention possible FDA rule making extending certain provisions of FSMA to dietary supplements have caused supplement manufacturers great concern. However, signs of hope are on the horizon. FDA has agreed to revise a controversial draft guidance for New Dietary Ingredients -- a decision which industry groups have applauded and believe to signal the beginning of an open dialogue with the agency.
To help you make sense of these developments and their potential impact on existing legal and regulatory structures affecting products intended to supplement the diet, American Conference Institute has developed The Legal, Regulatory and Compliance Forum on Dietary Supplements. A distinguished faculty of over two dozen leading legal and regulatory Dietary Supplement experts --- including representatives from the FDA, FTC, NAD, CRN and NPA --- will address the intricacies and implications of these new developments as well as existing challenges affecting such core dietary supplement functions as FDA and regulatory affairs; advertising and promotion; trademarks, trade names and line extensions; and studies
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