Leading Food Law Seminar Focusing on U.S. Food Law Regulations with a Comparison of EU Provisions to be Held in Brussels

Date: Jul 11, 2019

July 11, 2019 — Global law firm Keller and Heckman LLP will be hosting its annual Practical Food Law Seminar on 2-3 October 2019 in Brussels, Belgium. The seminar will be taught by Keller and Heckman’s Chambers and Partners Band 1 and Legal 500 EMEA Tier 1-ranked food law attorneys.   

The 2019 conference will provide members of the food industry with an understanding of the applicable statutory and regulatory framework in the United States for foods (including dietary supplements). The course will focus on food safety, labeling and advertising, and enforcement. The seminar presenters will also contrast the U.S. regulatory requirements with the comparable provisions in the EU.

Previous Keller and Heckman Practical Food Law Seminars have been well-received by participants. An attendee from last year’s Brussels seminar said the program provided “an excellent quality of materials with knowledgeable experts offering practical advice with an extremely engaging format.” Another participant said the seminar was “very timely in the context of recent changes to nutrition labeling, I highly recommend it to anyone in the industry, whether you are in the U.S. or EU.” This year’s program is set to continue that tradition. 

The seminar agenda, event details, and pricing can be found here.

For more information, please contact Abby Ntalamu (ntalamu@khlaw.com), or visit www.khlaw.com.  


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