The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act and its regulations allow FDA to detain, without physical examination, imported products that either violate or potentially violate the law, and prevent their entry into the U.S. Import Alerts can cause serious problems for a company including business disruptions, delayed distribution, contract breaches, and financial losses. It can also present issues for downstream customers and contractors especially when orders are not being filled and product is not being delivered.
Join attorneys Karl Nobert & Liz Simonis for a webinar that will discuss:
- What an Import Alert is, and how a product is added to the list;
- The effects Import Alerts have on importing FDA-regulated products into the U.S.; and
- The process for removal from the Import Alert list.
The topic is intended for both those with FDA-regulated products currently detained at the ports and those presently importing products into the U.S. that are at risk for detention.
We will apply for CLE credit in WI, CO, IL, NC, TX, UT, and VA (if applicable).