Michigan State University Food Law Current Issues Seminar July 12-14, 2016
The MSU Food Law Current Issues Seminar provides practical education on current food legal and regulatory issues. The seminar covers cutting edge issues in international, transnational, and national food law and policy including FDA and E.U. food ingredient and safety regulations, U.S. advertising and labelling law, and globalized supply chain liabilities and management strategies. Speakers from the legal, food industry, and academic professions will present practical food law information and case studies.
This seminar is for a global audience in food regulatory work, including industry regulatory affairs, quality assurance personnel, government officials, the legal community, advertising and marketing professionals, academics, and policy makers.
The course is offered in a collegial, intimate learning environment. Time will be allowed for questions and answers as well as informal discussions over lunch and coffee. In addition to the educational sessions, social activities are planned on a voluntary basis.
The cost for the course is $1545.
Tax Deduction - Educational expenses to improve business or professional skills are tax deductible under U.S. Treasury Regulation 1.162.5.
Cancellation Policy – Participants who cancel on or before Friday, July 1st will receive a full refund. Participants who cancel after Friday, July 1st will be charged a $200 (US) late cancellation fee. Substitutions may be made at any time before the start of the seminar.