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The FTC's New Substantiation Standard

Instructor: Randal Shaheen
Product ID: 701979
  • Duration: 60 Min

Training CD

$499.00
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This training on FTC’s New Substantiation Standards will provide an comprehensive understanding of the new standards, when they will apply and how you can satisfy them.

Why Should You Attend:

Food, dietary supplement and drug advertisers need to be aware that the FTC is developing tough new standards for competent and reliable scientific evidence. In some cases or claims regarding your products, FDA approval may be required. You may need two well-designed clinical trials with people, not animals and the product you market might have to be identical to the one you test.

The industry is concerned that FTC is attempting to change the standard for substantiating claims to one that is more rigorous.

Attend this webinar to learn about the new standards, when they will apply and how you can satisfy them.

Areas Covered in the Seminar:

  • History of Substantiation Standard.
  • FTC’s introduction of a new standard.
  • FDA approval.
  • Two clinical trials.
  • Essentially Equivalent Product.
  • Open Issues.
  • Legal Challenges.

Who Will Benefit:

Anyone with responsibility for legal review of marketing for food, drugs or dietary supplements will benefit:

  • Manufacturers and marketers of dietary supplements
  • QA/QC/Compliance/Regulatory affairs professionals
  • Regulatory and quality professionals working in companies involved in manufacture and sale of dietary supplement, nutraceuticals and similar products
  • Business professionals looking to understand the risks and benefits of investing in such products
  • Senior management of such companies in India, China, Africa and Latin America considering marketing their dietary, nutraceutical and similar products in the US

Instructor Profile:

Mr. Shaheen, practices in the area of consumer protection and advertising. Mr. Shaheen has represented dozens of clients in federal, state, andNational Advertising Division of the Council of Better Business Bureaus (NAD) proceedings, covering virtually all consumer product areas. He is a co-editor for the blog on consumer marketing legal issues, www.consumeradvertisinglawblog.com .

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