Washington, D.C.—The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) and the American Conference Institute (ACI) will hold the 8thannual Legal, Regulatory, and Compliance Forum on Dietary Supplements from June 23-25 at the Intercontinental New York Times Square.

Steve Mister, President and CEO, CRN, and Scott Bass, Partner, Sidley Austin LLP, are co-chairing the event to present a range of discussions on the politics and policies shaping the industry’s current legislative and regulatory landscape. Steven Tave, Director, FDA’s of Office of Dietary Supplement Programs, will deliver a “Fireside Chat.”
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Session topics slated for this year’s forum include:
  • Building Consumer Confidence and Reducing Legal Threats to the Industry Through Innovation and Science
  • Questions Surrounding Synthetic Botanical Constituents, Drug Exclusions, and Other Inconsistent Interpretations of the Dietary Supplement Definition
  • NDI Notifications vs. GRAS Determinations
  • The Current State of a Legal Path for CBD in Dietary Supplements
  • The Impact of Increased State Consumer Protection Activity on the Dietary Supplement Industry
  • Innovative Claims and the Increasing Use of Influencers to Promote Products, and Risk
  • Anticipating Post-Implementation Challenges with the BE Label
  • Examining Potential New FDA Guidance on Certificates of Free Sale and the Ongoing Tariff and Treaty Saga
  • Addressing Current Standards and International Guidelines for Prebiotics, Probiotics, and Now Postbiotics
  • Implementing Winning Strategies for Meeting Retailer and Consumer Demands for Quality
  • Ensuring Supply Chain Integrity and Transparency, and Meeting Corporate Social Responsibility Expectations
  • Understanding Prop 65 List Determinations
  • Responding to Thorny Class Action Litigation Claims
The conference also offers two add-on, post-forum workshops:Understanding Current Domestic and International Legal Status and How to Manage Legal Risks for Distributing Hemp-Derived CBD; andInternational Dietary Supplement Commercialization in the Current Geopolitical Climate.

To register,go here. Early bird pricing is available through April 17.