Every aspect of your packaging can be reviewed by the FDA. As more consumers carefully examine packaging copy, new FDA regulations are emerging to insure that these claims are in fact true. Join specialist attorneys from Schiff Hardin LLP and VP, Chief Counsel, Brands at Kellogg Company, Jane Jeannero, to learn about the language needed to ensure your food industry product meets FDA regulation requirements and satisfies customer inquiries.
About the presenters
Jane Jeannero joined Kellogg Company in July 2011. Jane began working in food advertising and marketing law in the 1990s when she was employed at Gerber Products Company. After a short time at The Timberland Company, Jane moved to Sears Roebuck and Co, and worked on retail advertising and marketing as well as advertising and product development for the Kenmore, Craftsman and Diehard lines. In 2011, Jane moved home to Michigan and is now employed by the Kellogg Company. She and her team are responsible for legal matters relating to advertising, food regulation, intellectual property, privacy and data security and management.
Malerie Ma Roddy
Malerie is a lawyer in Schiff Hardin’s Product Liability and Mass Torts Practice Group. She counsels clients in multiple industries including consumer home goods, juvenile products, and food and beverage. She advises clients at all stages of product development and sales, from pre-product launch to crisis management. Malerie is based in the Chicago office of Schiff Hardin LLP.
Rachel A. Remke
Rachel is a partner in national law firm Schiff Hardin’s Product Liability and Mass Torts Practice Group. She has established herself as a trusted adviser and an experienced trial lawyer, having counseled and litigated complex cases in both state and federal courts. Her work spans a variety of product liability and litigation matters, including consumer goods, construction equipment, industrial insulation materials, fire origin, and juvenile products. Rachel is based in the Chicago office of Schiff Hardin.