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Expert Legal Strategies for Food, Beverage & CPG Manufacturing
Join us for an insightful presentation by Glenford Jameson, who specializes in CPG and food law, as he shares critical information and guidance for food and beverage and ingredient manufacturing businesses on the increasingly complex and high-stakes world of recalls.
Legal and regulatory changes along with a heightened focus on food and product safety mean that it's essential for companies to be prepared for potential recalls and understand the implications of a recall, market withdrawal, stop sale, and so forth.
Glenford will provide strategies to be used before, during, and after a recall that can help build relationships and encourage compliance while protecting your brand and customers. Concepts that will be discussed include:
- What to know and do to manage the constellation of stakeholders in a recall
- How to engage with the CFIA in a constructive and manageable way
- How to manage potential civil liabilities that can arise in the wake of a recall
About Our Speaker Glenford’s practice is focused on corporate-commercial and regulatory issues. His business law experience is focused on transactional and commercial matters, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity financing, and a broad range of business law issues, and his regulatory experience involves working with clients to manage permissive processes or enforcement actions by Health Canada or the CFIA in the food context. He has significant industry experience in the food sector, relating to organizations that encounter a high degree of provincial/federal regulation and those that seek to challenge regulatory regimes under which food is produced and sold in Ontario and Canada. His clients include start-ups, not-for-profits, SMEs, governments, and multinationals.
Protecting Your Business, Your Customers, and Your Brand in a Complex World of Product Safety & Liability
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