Homeland Security Webinar Series

Importing FDA-Regulated Products into the United States Post-9/11

Date: 7/29/04

Importing FDA-Regulated Products into the United States Post-9/11

Michael E. (“Ted‚Äù) Murphy, Baker & McKenzie, Washington, DC

July 29, 2004

11:00am – 11:45am EST


Baker & McKenzie’s U.S. Homeland Security Practice, Congressional Quarterly Inc., and the National Foreign Trade Council are proud to announce a series of Webinars on homeland security legal issues. Discussions will cover topics related to Homeland Security issues relevant to companies and how they conduct business.


Protecting U.S. consumers from adulterated foods, drugs, cosmetics and other consumer products is a top homeland security priority. For example, legislation such as the Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002 fundamentally changes how foods and drugs are imported into the United States. Manufacturers, processors and distributors are faced with a continually evolving legal and regulatory environment. The session will focus on understanding

and coping with these post-9/11 developments.



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