New York, NY, May 05, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- The Global Knowledge Congress, the leading producer of regulatory focused teleconferences, has announced today that Christine C. Humphrey, Esq., a Partner at top national law firm, C Humphrey & Associates PA, will speak at the upcoming FDA Regulations in Food Label teleconference scheduled tentatively for May 23, 2006 at 11:00 AM EST.
Recently, the FDA has changed many of the rules governing how food is labeled for consumer products. Changes include: listing the amount of trans fat, notification of eight allergen groups, and a new definition of "whole grain". The Global Knowledge Congress has assembled a team of experts to help analyze these changes and their impact on the companies servicing this industry. These experts will present their findings, which include a "best practice" panel at a comprehensive two-hour teleconference scheduled for May 2006.
About Christine M. Humphrey, Esq.
Having 12 years of Food & Drug Administration (FDA) experience, Ms. Humphrey focuses her legal practice on FDA matters, including domestic and foreign inspections of all FDA-regulated products; import and export processes; criminal, regulatory and administrative actions; risk management, regulation and agency guidance development, and issues related to the FDA's new bio-terrorism rules and guidance.
Ms. Humphrey has extensive experience in handling matters involving FDA imported products that are the subject of FDA administrative or Customs' civil enforcement (seizure, monetary penalties, or claims for liquidated damages) and criminal investigations related to smuggling. Ms. Humphrey has successful criminal prosecution experience with respect to smuggling of illegal products into the US and has served as co-counsel with the Department of Justice.
In addition, she has in-depth knowledge, as an FDA investigator and a compliance officer, of FDA food, drug, medical device (Quality Systems Regulations), radiological health, biologics, cosmetics, Investigational Review Boards (IRBs), clinical investigations, and HACCP requirements.
Food & Drug Law Journal; "FDA Import Alerts Appear To Be Misbranded", Vol.
58, Issue 4.
Generic Pharmaceutical Association (GPhA) - Pharmaceutical Supply Chain -
Imports - New York, NY, March 2004.
American Strategic Management Institute (ASMI)- FDA Imports - Supply Chain
Security, Los Angeles, April 2004.
Rodriguez O'Donnell Ross Fuerst Gonzalez & Williams, P.C. - FDA Imports -
Cost Effective Compliance, Miami, Fl, April 2004.
Import Enforcement Law Course 2003-2001
World Courier Import Conference 2001
BioFlorida Quality Systems Regulation Seminar (Design Control) 2000
Orthopedic Surgical Manufacturers Association (OSMA) Design Control
Alimentarius 2006, Barcelona Spain - Importing Food into the U.S.
Mediterranean Experience 2006, Miami, FL - Developing a Successful Strategy for Importing Food into the U.S.
Florida Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association
ABA International Law Section
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF LAW
Executive Editor, University of Miami Business Law Review (2002-2003); Erich
Scholarship Recipient (2000-2003); Deans List; Cum Laude.
Magna Cum Laude; Dean's List.
About C Humphrey & Associates PA
Our practice delivers effective results for our clients through a combination of experience and creative problem solving strategies that are cost-effective. The strength of the practice extends to FDA, Customs, USDA, and related regulatory agency matters. We handle a full array of issues relating to foods, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, OTC drugs, biologics, biotechnology, animal feeds and drugs, cosmetics, and electronic radiation products, animal drugs and consumer products.
For more information, please visit: http://www.humphrey-law.com
About The Global Knowledge Congress
The Global Knowledge Congress is an organization that produces teleconferences that examine regulatory changes across a variety of industries. “We bring together the world's leading authorities and industry participants through informative two-hour teleconferences to study the impact of changing regulations.” To contact, please visit: http://www.knowledgecongress.org