Jack Wenik, Member of the Firm, will co-present a workshop, "FDA Lawsuits and Class Action Litigation in the Dietary Supplement Industry," at SupplySide West, which runs from September 26 to 29.

This workshop will examine FDA’s years-long court battle over the legality of DMAA, regulatory strategies to establish the safety of a new ingredient, an update on class action litigation, and tips to defend against lawsuits brought by regulators and the private plaintiffs’ bar.

Topics include:

  • The status of FDA’s DMAA court case, and its implications, for the dietary supplement industry;
  • The pros and cons of a new dietary ingredient notification (NDIN) vs. self-affirmed GRAS (generally recognized as safe);
  • Trends in class action lawsuits; and
  • Strategies in mounting a defense in response to lawsuits filed by the government and private plaintiffs.

For more information, visit SupplySideShow.com.

Event Detail

Las Vegas, NV
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