Troutman Sanders Tobacco Practice to Attend the Food and Drug Law Institute Conference
The Troutman Sanders Tobacco practice is proud to be participating in the Food and Drug Law Institute’s (FDLI) 2013 Annual Conference, the largest and longest-running legal conference for regulated industry. This year’s conference will cover legal, regulatory, policy and economic issues spanning the gamut of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) authority, by bringing together experts from industry, Congress, and federal agencies. FDLI’s Annual Conference provides a valuable educational opportunity to discuss and debate emerging issues.
Bryan Haynes will be speaking on a panel titled: “Tobacco Product Deeming Regulations – Are They Appropriate and What Should They Look Like?” The panel is described as follows:
FDA has indicated that it will publish proposed deeming regulations this spring to expand its tobacco product jurisdiction to additional tobacco products, such as cigars, pipe tobacco and electronic cigarettes. This session will address issues related to the implementation of such regulations. Panelists will cover a range of topics, including new tobacco product requirements, allocation of user fees to new tobacco categories, an appropriate grandfather date for newly-regulated tobacco products, advertising regulations and marketing restrictions, and good manufacturing practices.
2013 FDLI Annual Conference
April 23-24, 2013
Agenda and Registration Information: http://www.fdli.org/conferences/conference-pages/2013-fdli-annual-conference/overview