Upcoming Webinar

Food Labeling & Immune Support Claims in the Time of Coronavirus

Tuesday, July 14, 2020 | Noon CST

This webinar will include a 45 minute presentation and 10 to 15 minutes of Q&A.

In the current environment, many food companies are interested in marketing products that help support a healthy immune system. This session will discuss the legal requirements for making such claims for both foods and supplements, including the distinction between disease claims and structure-function claims, as well as the FDA and FTC substantiation requirements. We’ll discuss recent enforcement action involving “immunity” related claims, including FDA Warning Letters, class action litigation, and more.

This webinar is available to single attendees for $249.

For teams, three logins are available for $395.

Legal Counsel

Food & Beverage Manufacturers


Veronica Colas
Senior Associate
Hogan Lovells

Veronica Colas counsels clients on the regulations and policy issues affecting food companies from farm to table. She represents all segments of the food industry, including manufacturers, retailers, restaurants, and food service companies, as well as their trade associations.

Using her keen awareness of today’s litigation environment, Veronica helps develop new products, label claims, advertising materials, and promotional campaigns. She has a deep understanding of both current and forthcoming food labeling and production requirements ranging from nutrition and menu labeling, to the regulatory issues surrounding genetically engineered foods and organic food production.

Veronica provides clear advice and practical solutions for compliance with labeling, advertising, and safety regulations from the FDA, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Consumer Product Safety Commission. She has significant experience in helping clients navigate regulatory enforcement challenges, such as Warning Letters, import detentions, and investigations by the Federal Trade Commission, Department of Justice, Congress, and state Attorneys General.

For More Information, Contact:

Brooke AkinsBrooke Akins
Division Director, Life Science Programs
+1 (312) 224-1693 

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