We review what companies need to consider when distributing hemp or supplement products from a legal, GMP, practical, and contract perspective.
Here are some of the topics we will cover.
What contracts do distributors need to have in place?
What CFR 111 requirements do distributors need to comply with?
What Prop 65 liabilities do distributors carry?
What is the liability of the distributor?
What liabilities do platforms which sell lots of products and making claims have?
CFR 111 Subpart M
CFR 111 Subpart N
CFR 111 Subpart O
How do distributors handle product returns? Do they need to be tested before going back into inventory?
Nathalie Bougenies focuses on the regulatory framework of hemp-derived CBD (“Hemp CBD”) products. She is an authority on FDA enforcement, Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act and other laws and regulations surrounding hemp and Hemp CBD products. She also advises domestic and international clients on the sale, distribution, marketing, labeling, importation and exportation of these products. Nathalie also authors a biweekly column for Above the Law that features content on cannabis policy and regulation and is a regular contributor to her firm’s Canna Law Blog. https://harrisbricken.com/cannalawblog
Steven Yeager is Director of Quality and Regulatory Affairs for Mountain Rose Herbs and has overseen several FDA GMP inspections. He is co-owner of the Columbine School of Botanical Studies and commonly presents on herbal medicine and GMP compliance. Steven is Chair of the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) Board of Trustees and serves on the Board for the AHPA Foundation for Education and Research on Botanicals.
This is a Fireside Chat format so please submit your questions in advance!
Look forward to seeing you there!
-The comments by myself and any presenters are considered educational only, and are not intended as legal or regulatory advice.