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Mitzi Ng Clark 
Partner, Keller & Heckman LLP

Workshop MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2018

Marketing Claims and Regulatory Compliance Overview for 3D Printing

With a manufacturing process that can make anything, complying with global regulatory laws and marketing guidelines can be challenging. Join this workshop for a focused review of regulatory and marketing claims do's/don'ts with topics covering:

Regulatory | food compliance, REACH, EH&S, medical compliance
Marketing | EOL, bio-based, carbon footprint, and performance claims

FIRESIDE CHAT TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2018

Regulatory Affairs

REACH, EH&S, TSCA, SDS, RoHS - the abbreviations and nuances of global regulatory compliance are impactful and complex. Join Becky Brooks, Sr. Global Product Regulatory Affairs Manager, and Mitzi Ng Clark, Partner - Keller and Heckman, who can answer your questions and demystify a few of those acronyms.


About Mitzi Ng Clark

Mitzi Ng Clark practices in the area of food and drug law, with an emphasis on food, cosmetic, and drug packaging.
Ms. Clark advises domestic and international corporations on a wide range of regulatory issues, ranging from FDA premarket clearance requirements for food-contact materials and local and state regulations concerning plastics and chemicals, to good manufacturing issues and regulatory requirements for food, cosmetics, and animal feed. Ms. Clark’s practice extends to the international arena, where she counsels clients on regulatory matters in jurisdictions such as Canada, the European Union, the Pacific Rim, Latin America, and the Middle East. She has made food-contact submissions in countries such as China, India, South Korea, and Indonesia.

While in law school, Ms. Clark served as the executive editor of the Temple Environmental Law and Technology Journal. Ms. Clark has a background in epidemiology and disease research.

Ms. Clark contributes to various trade publications, including Food Packaging Bulletin and FLEXO Magazine. She also is a frequent speaker on food-contact topics at various conferences in the U.S. and abroad.

Education: Stanford University (B.A., 1996); Boston University (M.P.H., 1999); Beasley School of Law, Temple University (J.D., 2002).

Admissions: California; District of Columbia

Memberships: American Bar Association

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