Ms. Roseann B. Termini
Widener University School of Law
ROSEANN B. TERMINI, B.S., Ed.M., J.D. has extensive experience in food and drug law and presented and published a broad array of specialized food and drug law topics including direct to consumer advertising topics and corporate accountability. Ms. Termini published comprehensive new editions of Life Sciences Law: Federal Regulation of Drugs, Biologics, Medical Devices, Foods and Dietary Supplements 4thed., a separate CD Book and separate Training Manual (2010). www.fortipublications.com Ms. Termini spoke about food and drug law and ethics at the inaugural Food and Drug Law Assn. and Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI) program and at the 53rd FDLI Annual Conference; FDA enforcement at the Health Law Institute and was a featured speaker about safety issues at FDA's Office of Cosmetics and Colors. Other presentations have included health claims, dietary supplements, duty to warn, preemption, medical device regulation, promotion, tobacco and risk assessment. She authored monthly periodicals specifically pertaining to food and drug law regulations. Ms. Termini is a contributing author, served on the RxMD advisory board and is a founding board member of the Center for Pharmaceutical Health Services Research. She has authored numerous articles primarily focusing on specialized issues involving safety, stem cells, globalization, labeling claims, dietary supplements and pharmaceutical law. Further, she has written about the environment, constitutional issues and plain English drafting and was first recipient of the Statewide PA Bar Association Plain English Clarity Award. Other expertise entails an appellate law clerkship and the sole corporate counsel for an FDA regulated company and a regulatory affairs attorney. As senior deputy attorney general, Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General, Ms. Termini successfully litigated and prosecuted numerous cases at the trial and appellate levels. Ms. Termini initiated the inaugural online food and drug law courses at Widener University Law School and was the first to teach legal issues in promotion at St. Joseph's University executive graduate degree program. Other expertise includes John Hopkins, Univ. of Georgia, Drexel and Temple University and Penn State-Dickinson Law. She also taught the Legal Environment of Business-Ecommerce. Besides her professional association committee appointments which include Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Medical and Health Law, Legal Services and Plain English, she was appointed Chair of the FDLI Writing Awards committee. She is a member of the Central Atlantic Association of Food and Drug Law Officials. Ms. Termini was appointed to the President's Council of Immaculata University.