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Upcoming Webinar

Navigating COVID-Impacted Supply Chains While Maintaining Product and Brand Integrity in Dietary Supplements

Tuesday, May 12, 2020 | Noon CST

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

Topics Include:

  • Overview of COVID-19 specific to food and dietary supplement industry
  • Review of Current FDA Guidance and Policies in Response to COVID
    • What has changed?
      • Regulatory
      • Practical
    • What has not changed?
  • What to Do? Maneuvering Through Disruptions
  • Planning Ahead
    • Potential FDA developments in the months ahead
    • Strategies to reduce disruptions or shortages

PRICING
This webinar is available to single attendees for $249.

For teams, three logins are available for $395.

TARGETED AUDIENCES
Regulatory Affairs
Regulatory & Quality
Regulatory & Labeling
Quality Assurance
General Counsel
Compliance

INDUSTRIES REPRESENTED
Dietary Supplement Manufacturers

Presenter:

Suzie Trigg
Partner
Hayes Boone

Suzie Trigg guides companies through FDA regulatory matters, high-stakes supply chain transactions, and strategic growth. She leverages her unique experience to help companies negotiate and document transactions and make well-informed decisions to address their complex FDA regulatory requirements. She holds leadership positions in the firm’s Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice Group, and its Food, Beverage and Restaurant Practice Group.

Suzie is a go-to lawyer for companies tackling critical supply chain challenges, having been lead outside counsel for, among others, a 7,500+ store retailer negotiating supply chain agreements for transactions valued at more than $25 billion over five years. Her recent work also includes:

• Facilitating investigations and analyses of high-stakes food safety and other product concerns, including both preventive gap analyses and analyzing specific events to determine FDA regulatory obligations and to chart a long-term course of action to correct and prevent re-occurrence of the potential concerns
• Preparing and implementing supplier standards and supply chain agreements for multiple global restaurant chains
• Developing and negotiating commercial agreements and quality agreements for the manufacture, supply, and distribution of both branded and private label foods, cosmetics, dietary supplements, and over-the-counter drugs

For More Information, Contact:

Brooke AkinsBrooke Akins
Division Director, Life Science Programs
+1 (312) 224-1693 
bakins@q1productions.com​

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