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On-Demand Virtual Conference

This event has concluded. Catch up on the latest developments affecting “products intended to supplement the diet” on your own time with the conference on-demand recording.


American Conference Institute (ACI) and the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) invite you to join us at the Industry’s premier Legal and Regulatory Dietary Supplements conference.

This year’s event will take place over the course of 3 content filled days which will allow for enhanced networking on our new state of the art virtual platform. We invite you to take a look at our agenda, which features in-depth discussions on:

  • The Politics and Policy of Supplements Under the Biden Administration
  • How Mandatory Product Listings with FDA May be the Cornerstone for DSHEA 2.0
  • How the Drug Preclusion Provision can Interfere with the Approval and Marketing of Certain Ingredients – old and new
  • Navigating the Fine Line Between Structure/Function and Health Claims in the Pursuit of First Amendment Rights
  • The Future of Federal and State Enforcement and Consumer Protection in the Supplements Space
  • The Legal and Regulatory Implications of Inconsistent Retailer Third-Party Testing Programs and Quality Standards
  • Sustainability and Ethical Business Practices
  • California Specific Reforms, Initiatives, and Litigation
We are delighted to announce this year’s co-chairs
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Steve Mister

President & CEO
Council for Responsible Nutrition

Speaker Name

Scott Bass

Partner & Head of Global Life Sciences
Sidley Austin LLP

Speaker Name

Christine Burdick-Bell

Vice President & General Counsel
Pharmavite LLC

Speaker Name

Tara Falsani

General Counsel, Vice President and Secretary
Nature’s Way – Schwabe North America

We are also pleased to present fireside chats with
Speaker Name

Cara Welch

Acting Director, Office of Dietary Supplement Programs
U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Speaker Name

Serena Viswanathan

Acting Deputy Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection
U.S. Federal Trade Commission

CLE Accreditation

Accreditation will be sought in those jurisdictions requested by the registrants which have continuing education requirements. This course is identified as non-transitional for the purposes of CLE accreditation. Learn More


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High quality speakers, relevant current content.

Paul Konney
Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Metagenics, Inc.
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Topics are timely and important, speakers are well-informed and case studies helpful.

Beth Moore Roberts
Director of Regulatory Affairs, MegaFood
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Comprehensive and In-depth review of leading regulatory issues for the dietary supplement industry.

Chad Lewis
Chief Operating Officer, Universal Nutrition
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Awesome opportunity to learn first hand knowledge from those with expertise in the field of Dietary Supplements.

Saqib Javaid
Director of R&D/Quality, NutraBlend Foods
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As a member of a dietary supplement regulatory affairs department reviewing product content daily for FTC / FDA compliance, it was a valuable experience to be in a room with top minds from around the country who could answer my questions.

Christine Bardsley
Regulatory Associate, FoodState
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