Jack Wenik, Member of the Firm, co-presents an update to the "State of Dietary Supplement Regulations and Litigation" at SupplySide West 2022.
2022 has been a stimulating time for U.S. supplement regulations and legal affairs. The market has seen a bill introduced in Congress that would require manufacturers list their dietary supplement product labels and other information with FDA, a new FDA guidance document related to enforcement discretion on a staple supplement ingredient, class action lawsuits on how products are labeled, a first-time FTC ban of former supplement industry advertisers and more.
Jack and others cover the latest regulatory, legal and legislative developments affecting U.S. manufacturers and marketers of dietary supplements.
- Mandatory product listing and broader reform of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA)
- NAC, CBD, and other ingredients affected by the “drug exclusion clause”
- Trends in class action litigation
- Update on FTC enforcement
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