Nabca Legal Symposium 2022

Alan Pryor will speak on the panel “Food for Thought: Food and Beverage Labeling Litigation Trends” at this National Alcohol Beverage Control Association (NABCA) symposium. The Alcohol Law Review is a discussion forum that allows users to quickly and easily gather information on many of the most relevant developments in alcohol regulation and litigation. This website is intended to facilitate dialogue about current alcohol law cases, legal challenges, and issues in the United States. It is moderated by Paul Pisano, Senior Vice President, Industrial Affairs and General Counsel of the NBWA, and features occasional columns from alcohol law experts. If you have any questions about legal experts, please contact [email protected] The 29th NAHCA Legal Symposium will be held March 13-15, 2022 in Arlington, Virginia at the Ritz Carlton in Pentagon City. This conference offers lawyers or individuals interested in better understanding alcohol law the opportunity to listen, learn and network with experts in alcohol policy, regulation and law. Continuing education credits are available. If you have any questions about the conference, please contact NABCA Conference Services in [email protected] The legal resources listed are not exhaustive, but are active organizations that provide legal research, reports, and expertise on alcohol laws to stakeholders interested in alcohol law and alcohol policy in the United States. ChangeLab Solutions works nationally to advance equitable laws and policies that ensure healthy lives for all. The organization prioritizes communities whose residents are most at risk of ill health.

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So don`t transmit. Register TODAY. We look forward to seeing you in Arizona. Gregg Mineo NABCA Chairman of the Board The Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City 1250 S Hayes St, Arlington, VA 22202 Phone: (703) 415-5000 Reservations: 1 (800) Please take a moment to review the schedule and program for this year`s symposium. We hope you can join us! CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT A SESSION PROPOSAL FOR OUR 2023 ANNUAL CONFERENCE! The Center for Alcohol Policy (CAP) aims to educate policymakers, regulators, and the public about alcohol, its uniqueness, and its regulation. Through rigorous research and the implementation of initiatives that maintain appropriate government regulation of alcohol, ACC promotes safe and responsible drinking, combats impaired driving among minors, and educates key stakeholders and the public about the effects of alcohol consumption. Public health laws are crucial because they can significantly improve the health of a population in a relatively short period of time. But knowing how to apply, implement or amend a law is complex and time-consuming, and requires specialized expertise. The Public Health Law Network (the Network) provides this support, as well as resources and training to public health officials, practitioners, lawyers and lawyers so that they can fully use the law as a tool to improve health outcomes. Organizations and individuals committed to improving public health can join the network free of charge.

Room rates are based on double occupancy with 13% VAT. Lawyers, state and federal regulators, representatives of the alcoholic beverage industry, and other affiliated companies will find the symposium beneficial. The symposium planning committee is comprised of regulators, industry analysts and experts who have created an informative and educational program focused on current and current issues. The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) helps state and territory attorneys general address current challenges related to substance use. These challenges include insufficient access to effective overdose prevention and substance use management services in affected communities. To support the Attorneys General community in these efforts, the NAAG conducts relevant policy analysis, research and training. See NAAG Substance Use Committee resources and alcohol letters. Registration for the 29th Annual Symposium on the Law and Regulation of Liquor is OPEN! We have booked a block of rooms at a discounted rate if you book before March 24, 2023: For those arriving by plane, the hotel is within walking distance of many restaurants, shops, and attractions. It may be more cost-effective to take a taxi to/from Fort Lauderdale Airport (FLL). In recent years, food and beverage manufacturers, distributors and retailers have faced increasing litigation over misleading and misleading claims on food and beverage labelling. These cases often include health and wellness claims, flavour claims and ingredient claims. In this session, lawyers will discuss labeling best practices, strategies to avoid complaints related to alcoholic beverage labels, and the status of labeling disputes in the industry.

Plan to visit us now at the historic Riverside Hotel, where you can soak up the charm of old Florida on vibrant Los Olas Boulevard under the Fort End sun. Lauderdale, Florida! You`ll have the chance to attend great sessions, hear amazing speakers, gather old friends (and find lots of new ones), and visit TWO branches of Florida Atlantic University. all in the context of the spectacular Riverwalk. The NABCA Board of Directors and I encourage you to attend this year`s conference to learn more about these innovative ideas and network with industry leaders and peers.