Keller and Heckman’s comprehensive Food & Drug law practice offers regulatory and litigation support to clients in the food, dietary supplement, pharmaceutical, medical device, veterinary product, cosmetic, and food packaging sectors. We counsel clients on a wide range of issues relating to these products, including securing appropriate marketing clearances; providing labeling and advertising advice; assisting with responses to incidents and crises (e.g., inspections, recalls, complaints); and defending companies against challenges by regulatory authorities, competitors, and other private parties. With offices in Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Brussels, Paris, and Shanghai, Keller and Heckman is well positioned to offer truly global support to our clients. Working together with our in-house scientific staff – including toxicologists, chemists, and microbiologists – we are able to offer comprehensive legal, regulatory, and scientific support to clients in highly regulated areas. Chambers & Partners – a leading legal ranking publication – has ranked Keller and Heckman’s Food and Beverages practice in the highest tier, “Band 1,” which includes the top three practices nationwide. U.S. News & World Report ranks FDA law specialists Mel Drozen and Leslie Krasny as among the “Best Lawyers in the U.S.” These accolades are accessible on our homepage at www.khlaw.com.
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Brian Sylvester (Editor in Chief)
Food Litigation Specialists