Registration is open for Keller and Heckman’s 3rd Annual E-Vapor and Tobacco Law Symposium being held January 29-30, 2019 in Miami, Florida. Click here to register.

This comprehensive 2-day course will address regulatory and business issues relevant to e-vapor, e-liquid and tobacco product manufacturers, distributors and retailers including, among other things:

  • FDA enforcement and inspections – how to prepare and protect your business;
  • Product compliance – including advertising and labeling compliance, and preparing for Premarket Tobacco Product Applications (PMTAs);
  • Testing for Harmful and Potentially Harmful Constituents (HPHCs) – how to comply before the November 2019 deadline;
  • Going global – Presentations by experts on EU TPD, Canada, Asia and more;
  • State law update – Overview of new state and local laws, permitting/licensing and tax requirements, local flavor bans;
  • Environmental, hazardous waste and OSHA compliance;
  • Update on Deeming Rule appeal – Modified Risk Claims, PMTA and free samples;
  • Potential product standards including flavors and online sales;
  • Getting into CBD – how to stay legal; and
  • Business and intellectual property issues to protect your growing business.

A detailed agenda will be provided soon.  Register now for the early bird rate!

Seminar Details
Dates:
January 29 – January 30, 2019

Location:
Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay

Price:
$899 early rate
$1,099 regular rate

More information on speakers and a final agenda will be available soon. We look forward to seeing you at the program!

Take a look at highlights from this year’s conference:

 

For additional information, please contact:

Caryn Wick
Marketing Director
Keller and Heckman LLP
wick@khlaw.com

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As the e-vapor industry evolves, manufacturers must keep up with an expanding legal and regulatory landscape. In addition to designing their products and services to comply, it is important for e-vapor companies to carefully assess their business practices and relationships with employees and business partners so as to best protect their confidential information and intellectual property, minimize their liability when relying on third party vendors, distributors and independent contractors, and ensure that they comply with applicable laws when advertising, marketing, and selling their products and services to consumers. This checklist highlights ten business, advertising, and intellectual property considerations for e-vapor companies doing business in the United States. Other countries may have different (and in some cases more stringent) requirements, so companies should understand their obligations wherever they conduct business. This checklist is provided for general information purposes. It is not intended to provide a comprehensive summary of applicable laws, and does not constitute legal advice. 

For more information, please contact:

Azim Chowdhury (+1 202.434.4230; chowdhury@khlaw.com)
Tracy P. Marshall (+1 202.434.4234; marshall@khlaw.com)
Robert S. Niemann (+1 415.948.2827; niemann@khlaw.com)

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