JUICE MANUFACTURERS HAVE THE MOST TO LOSE WITH THE NEW REGULATIONS. YOU AND YOUR COMPANY MUST ADAPT
SIXTEEN Experienced FDA Attorneys, Health Professionals,
Scientists and Vape Industry Experts spoke in Washington, D.C. on February 2-3, 2017.

IT WAS AN INDUSTRY-SAVING WORKSHOP.
Never Before Have This Many Experts Converged To Help
Save Your Company.
HERE'S WHAT WE COVERED:
Health Document Submission  Due Feb. 8th, 2017
Step-By-Step Guidance On Ingredient Reporting  Due Aug. 8th, 2017
Registration and Product Listing  Due June 30th, 2017
PMTA Data Requirements And Technical Aspects  Due Aug. 8th, 2018
THE FIRST
E-VAPOR LAW SYMPOSIUM AND WORKSHOP
TOOK PLACE ON FEBRUARY 2-3, 2017
Azim Chowdhury and Keller and Heckman are hosting this live event at their offices in Washington, D.C.. Over the years they have become the foremost experts in FDA vaping laws in the country, representing dozens of vape companies since 2010.

Throughout his career, Azim has been on the cutting edge of vape industry regulation and compliance. In the nearly 7 years of service to the industry he has been continually surprised at how little even the biggest e-liquid companies know about vape legislation and compliance.

Whether you are a manufacturer, distributor, flavor house, vape shop or brand manager, you need to know what we are covering in this live workshop.
The future of your business depends on it...
WHY YOU SHOULD
VIEW OUR REPLAY
Live attendees asked specific questions to industry experts, attorneys and policy specialists to get their specific needs met.

They mingled and connected with other vape leaders in the e-liquid industry.

Each live session ended with a Live Q+A.

If you joined us in Washington, D.C on February 2-3, you would have walked away with the most comprehensive understanding of the compliance challenges e-liquid companies face in 2017.

Plus recordings of all the sessions for access any time.

This is the first time that such collective brain power and strategic development strength been brought together in one place.
PARTICIPATE IN REPLAYS
WE'VE BEEN DOING
WEBINARS WITH OUR EXPERTS
 #1
ULTIMATE 2017 CHECKLIST
FOR E-LIQUID COMPANIES
RECORDED: THURSDAY, DEC 22, 2016
Azim Chowdhury delivers his first presentation previewing the top questions and answers he gets from is e-liquid clients about the new regulations.
 #2
ULTIMATE 2017 CHECKLIST
FOR E-LIQUID COMPANIES
RECORDED: THURSDAY, JAN 11, 2017
Paul Blair from Americans For Tax Reform joins us in our second webinar to talk about state and federal tax laws that will affect the vape industry in 2017.
E-LIQUID COMPANIES THAT ARE COMMITTED TO SURVICE (AND WIN) ATTENDED.
BUT YOU CAN TOO
If your juice company is generating more than $5 Million annual revenue, you have a lot of work to do in 2017. If you earn less than $5 Million you still have work to do, but have more time to do it.

The FDA is determined to regulate all vape industry companies in 2017. Those that don't adapt will lose. This is survival of the fittest!
What is your company
worth to you?
NOTE: a portion of the proceeds from the registration fees will go toward funding the Right to be Smoke-Free Coalition’s lawsuits.
Azim Chowdhury, Esq.
FDA Expert at Keller and Heckman LLP
"Most E-Liquid companies are still in the dark about what they are facing in 2017. My job is to help as many as possible and save the industry through education and expert advice. This symposium is the first of it's kind and the best opportunity for e-liquid companies to be in business in the future."
NOTE: a portion of the proceeds from the registration fees will go toward funding the Right to be Smoke-Free Coalition’s lawsuits.
AGENDA
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DAY1
THURS, FEB 2, 2017
E-VAPOR LAW SYMPOSIUM
KELLAR AND HECKMAN
8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Registration/ Continental
Breakfast
8:30 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.
John Dubeck, Partner
Welcome and Introduction to K&H
8:45 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Azim Chowdhury, Partner
Overview of FDA Requirements
Tobacco Regulation History:
      How we got here
Registration and Product Listing
Ingredient Reporting
Health Document Submission
HPHC Testing Requirements
Label and Warning Requirements
Premarket Application and
      Compliance Policy
Retailer Compliance
10:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.
Networking Break
10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
E-Liquid PMTA Science Panel
Guest Panelists:
• CardnoChemrisk
• EnthalpyLabs
• GlobalLaboratoryServices
• HighPointClinicalTrialsCenter
Technical aspects of PMTA
      guidance
PMTA data requirements: clinical 
      and nonclinical studies
Insights into product testing for
      HPHCs and Assessing Population
      Level Impact
11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Eric Gotting and Bob Niemann, Partners
Litigation Update
Right to be Smoke-Free & Nicopure
      vs. FDA
Right to be Smoke-Free & Legato
      vs. Indiana
Update on Class Action Lawsuits
      and How to Protect Yourself
12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Lunch and State Law Discussion
Guest Speaker: Paul Blair, Americans for Tax Reform
Overview of State Laws and Taxes
State Taxation Trends for 2017
2:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.
Sheila Millar, Partner
Advertising and Promotion
FDA and FTC Requirements for
      Tobacco Products
Best Practices for Vapor 
      Companies
Developing Industry Advertising
      Standards
2:45 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Bob Niemann and Tracy Marshall, Partners
Business and IP Best Practices
Preparation of vendor, 
      manufacturing and distributor,
      indemnity agreements and NDAs
Insurance Policies
Avoiding copyright and Intellectual
      Property violations on
      advertisements & websites
Protecting your website: Terms,
      privacy policy
Drafting contracts to protect trade
      secrets
3:45 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Networking Break
4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Azim Chowdhury, Partner
Benjamin Wolf, Associate
Using FDA’s eSubmitter and the CTP Portal
Step-by-Step Guidance on using
      FDA’s eSubmitter and the CTP
      Portal for Ingredient Reporting and
      Other FDA Submissions
5:00 pm
Day 1 Wrap Up & Questions
#2
DAY2
FRI, FEB 3, 2017
E-VAPOR LAW SYMPOSIUM
KELLAR AND HECKMAN
8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Continental Breakfast
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
David Ettinger, Partner
(via Webinar from Shanghai, China)
Overview of Global E-Vapor Requirements
World Health Organization vs.
     Royal College of Physicians
China and Asia
Canada
Russia
Australia
Middle East, and More!
10:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.
Networking Break
10:15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Marcus Navin-Jones, Partner
Overview EU Tobacco Products Directive
Member State Requirements
Product Standards
New Product Notifications
Labeling Requirements under TPD
      and CLP
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Dr. Paul Marshall, Nerudia
Medicinal Licensing Requirements for Nicotine Products in EU
EU medicinal product legislation
Legal basis and reference product
Licensed indications; CEN and ISO
      standards
Quality, clinical and preclinical data
      requirements; Labelling, sale and
       supply, and advertising
12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Networking Lunch
Guest Speaker: Pablo Cano Trilla, Head of Legal Analysis, ECigIntelligence
Impact of TPD and Other
      Regulations on European E-Vapor
      Market
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Sheila Millar, Partner
Nathan Cardon, Associate
Consumer Product Safety Requirements
Children's Nicotine Poisoning
     Prevention Act (CNPPA)
     Requirements
Requirements for General
      Certificate of Conformity
Developing Battery Safety
      Standards for Industry
3:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Networking Break
3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Christopher Van Gundy, Partner
Using Cannabidiol (CBD) in E-Liquids
Legal Status of CBD
DEA and Controlled Substances Act
FDA Regulation of CBD in E-Liquids
Do’s and Don’ts
4:15 p.m.
Final Questions and Seminar Adjourns
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MEET THE INDUSTRY­-LEADING VAPE ATTORNEYS
 FROM KELLER & HECKMAN, LLP
Azim Chowdhury
Partner
Azim Chowdhury is an attorney with Keller and Heckman LLP and spearheads the firm’s FDA Tobacco and Electronic Cigarette practice.

Mr. Chowdhury represents tobacco, e-cigarettes and e-liquid manufacturers, suppliers, and trade associations in matters of FDA regulatory and corporate compliance.
Presenting on:
Overview of FDA Requirements
Registration & Product Listing
Ingredient Reporting
Health Document Submission
HPHC Testing Requirements
Premarket Application Overview
Eric Gotting
Partner
Eric Gotting serves as a partner in the firm’s litigation and environmental practice groups specializing in toxic tort, environmental, food/tobacco, and corporate litigation, as well as regulatory compliance.
Presenting on:
Litigation Updates
Right to be Smoke-Free & Nicopure vs. FDA
Right to be Smoke-Free & Legato vs. Indiana
Class Action Lawsuits Update and How to Protect Yourself
Cuttwood & Molecule Labs
NJOY, Five Pawns and Blu
Robert Niemann
Partner
Robert Niemann is a trial lawyer in the areas of complex business and commercial litigation, trade secrets, intellectual property, unfair business practices, products liability, and environmental toxic torts.

Mr. Niemann is co-chair of Keller and Heckman's national litigation practice, and the co-chair of the Food Law Committee of the Litigation Section of the California State Bar Association.
Presenting on:
Litigation Updates
Right to be Smoke-Free & Nicopure vs. FDA
Right to be Smoke-Free & Legato vs. Indiana
Class Action Lawsuits Update and How to Protect Yourself
Cuttwood & Molecule Labs
NJOY, Five Pawns and Blu
Sheila Millar
Partner
Sheila Millar represents businesses and trade associations on a variety of public policy and regulatory issues, including privacy, cybersecurity, advertising matters and product safety issues.

Ms. Millar is a frequent speaker on regulatory and public policy matters, and a vice chair of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Marketing and Advertising Commission.
Presenting on:
Advertising & Promotion
FDA and FTC Requirements for Tobacco Products
Best Practices for Vapor Companies
Developing Industry Advertising Standards
Nathan Cardon
Associate
Nathan Cardon practices in the areas of product safety, privacy, and advertising.

In his product safety practice, Mr. Cardon counsels clients on risk management and product safety strategies, as well as on compliance with Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) requirements, including new requirements under the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CPSIA).
Presenting on:
Consumer Product Safety Requirements
Overview of CPSC
Children's Nicotine Poisoning Prevention Act (CNPPA)  
      Requirements
Requirements for General Certificate of Conformity
Tracy Marshall
Partner
Tracy Marshall helps clients comply with privacy, data security, and consumer protection laws, including laws governing telemarketing and commercial e-mail messages, contests and sweepstakes, endorsements and testimonials, and marketing to children. Ms. Marshall also helps clients draft and implement internal privacy, data security, and breach notification policies, as well as public privacy policies and website terms and conditions.
Presenting on:
Business and Intellectual Property Best Practices
Incorporating new entities, drafting by laws
Preparation of vendor agreements, manufacturing agreements, 
      distributor agreements, and NDAs
Intellectual Property
Review of advertisements and websites for IP violations of
      copyright and proprietary names
Drafting contracts to protect trade secrets, indemnity
      agreements, etc.
David Ettinger
Partner
David Ettinger is the resident U.S. partner in Keller and Heckman’s Shanghai, China office. Mr. Ettinger counsels clients on the import and export of food and food-related products to ensure compliance with regulations in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Mr. Ettinger also worked in the firm’s Washington, DC and Brussels offices, and is uniquely positioned to counsel foreign food and food packaging companies in the Asian market.

In China, he handles compliance and enforcement matters ranging from ingredient and labeling to product detention and food recalls.

He is a frequent lecturer and author on international food safety matters and is listed in The Best Lawyers in America® 2016 and 2017 (FDA Law).
Presenting on:
Overview of Global Requirements
World Health Organization vs. Royal College of Physicians
China and Asia
Canada
Russia
Middle East, and More!
Marcus Navin-Jones
Partner
Mr. Navin-Jones specialises in EU Litigation and EU Regulatory law, particularly: the defence of chemicals; the defence of uses or applications of chemicals; compliance with chemical control law; and chemical and product liability issues.
Presenting on:
Overview EU Tobacco Products Directive
Member State Requirements
Product Standards
New Product Notifications
Labeling Requirements under TPD and CLP
John Dubeck
Partner
John Dubeck has a scientific background in chemical engineer and nuclear propulsion systems expert. He represents clients and trade associations before the Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Environmental Protection Agency.

Mr. Dubeck has helped clients bring hundreds of products to market in an efficient manner, advises on continuing compliance obligations, and defends enforcement actions.
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Christopher G. Van Gundy
Partner
Christopher Van Gundy is a partner in the firm’s Litigation and Food and Drug Practices where he e focuses on food law litigation, regulation, policy, false advertising, food marketing claims, brand protection, trademark disputes, and distribution disputes.
Presenting on:
Using Cannabidiol (CBD) in E-Liquids
Legal Status of CBD
DEA and Controlled Substances Act
FDA Regulation of CBD in E-Liquids
Do’s and Don’ts
Dr Paul Marshall
Nerudia
Dr Marshall is an experienced regulatory scientist with a broad knowledge of regulatory strategy, CMC (Chemistry, Manufacturing and Controls) and drug development. In 11 years’ service at the MHRA he assessed over 400 Marketing Authorisation (MA) applications and 1000 MA variations covering all dosage forms and regulatory submission routes. He has also been involved in over 40 formal scientific and regulatory advice meetings with companies developing products.
Presenting on:
Medicinal Licensing Requirements for
Nicotine Products in the EU
EU medicinal product legislation
Legal basis and reference product
Licensed indications; CEN and ISO standards
Quality, clinical and preclinical data requirements; Labelling, sale
      and supply, and advertising
Benjamin K. Wolf
Associate
Benjamin Wolf practices in the area of food and drug law. Mr. Wolf advises food, dietary supplement, medical device, consumer product, and pharmaceutical clients regarding compliance with domestic and foreign regulations. His practice also includes providing state and federal legislative counsel to tobacco and e-vapor suppliers and manufacturers.
Presenting on:
Step-by-Step Guidance on Using FDA’s eSubmitter and the CTP Portal
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Amy Madl
Cardno Chemrisk
Dr. Amy Madl is a toxicologist with over 15 years of experience in the sampling and analysis, toxicology, exposure, and risk assessment of airborne chemicals. She earned a BS in Biochemistry and an MS in Pharmacology/Toxicology.
Presenting on:
E-Liquid PMTA Science Panel Guest Speakers:
Cardno Chemrisk, Enthalpy Labs and Global Laboratory Services
Technical aspects of PMTA guidance
PMTA data requirements: clinical and nonclinical studies
Insights into product testing for HPHCs and Assessing
      Population Level Impact
Gene Gillman
Enthalpy Labs
Dr. Gillman holds a Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Wake Forest University with an emphasis on chemical toxicology. He has spent his professional career investigating the constituents and chemistry of tobacco, tobacco smoke and electronic cigarettes.

Dr. Gillman is currently the Laboratory Director for Enthalpy Analytical, Inc., a CRO specializing in qualitative and quantitative analyses of compounds in electronic cigarettes.
Presenting on:
E-Liquid PMTA Science Panel Guest Speakers:
Cardno Chemrisk, Enthalpy Labs and Global Laboratory Services
Technical aspects of PMTA guidance
PMTA data requirements: clinical and nonclinical studies
Insights into product testing for HPHCs and Assessing
      Population Level Impact
Autumn Bernal
Cardno Chemrisk
Dr. Autumn Bernal is a Senior Health Scientist with Cardno ChemRisk. Her principal areas of training and expertise include human health risk assessment and toxicology, including the study of epigenetic changes that occur during development in response to nutritional, chemical, or physical exposures, such as ionizing radiation.
Presenting on:
E-Liquid PMTA Science Panel Guest Speakers:
Cardno Chemrisk, Enthalpy Labs and Global Laboratory Services
Technical aspects of PMTA guidance
PMTA data requirements: clinical and nonclinical studies
Insights into product testing for HPHCs and Assessing
      Population Level Impact
Kim Hesse
Global Laboratory Services
Kim Hesse is a business development manager at Global Laboratory Services She earned her Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees from Kent State University and attended Arizona State University’s School of International Business Management. She continues to help the vaping industry grow in the understanding of the what analyses are routinely being performed on e-liquids and e-cigarettes.
Presenting on:
E-Liquid PMTA Science Panel Guest Speakers:
Cardno Chemrisk, Enthalpy Labs and Global Laboratory Services
Technical aspects of PMTA guidance
PMTA data requirements: clinical and nonclinical studies
Insights into product testing for HPHCs and Assessing
      Population Level Impact
WE WILL HAVE ANOTHER
LIVE SESSION IN 2017
STAY TUNED!
The health and future of your juice depends on it...
NOTE: a portion of the proceeds from the registration fees will go toward funding the Right to be Smoke-Free Coalition’s lawsuits.