About the talk
Fighting the authorities can be a struggle. Although long-held rules and regulations on CBD and other cannabinoids are rapidly changing, it still pays to pick your battles and know your rights. One wrong move in your CBD companies manufacturing process or production line can have the authorities breathing down your back, imposing huge fines at best and shutting your business down altogether in a worst-case scenario. Don’t let this happen to you. Understand “The Man” and why it pays to follow the rules with this panel aimed at taking the crosshairs off of your business with a look at the requirements, processes, and protocols to stay in good standing with the FDA and other federal enforcement.
14:30 A great area
20:04 What is FTA waiting for?
26:00 Live molecule
35:33 The big gap
Jonathan Havens’s practice focuses primarily on regulatory, compliance, enforcement, and transactional matters related to products regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and myriad state and local agencies. He counsels state cannabis and hemp license applicants and awardees, ancillary service and product providers, investors, management companies, and various other entities that are affected by federal and state marijuana laws, such as long-term care facilities and higher education institutions. Jonathan is co-chair of the Cannabis Law Practice at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP. He also serves as vice chair of the firm’s Food and Beverage Practice and is a member of the firm’s Life Sciences Practice. Jonathan’s unique perspective on cannabis regulation is informed by his congressional, federal agency, and national and international law firm experience. Prior to entering private practice, Jonathan served as a regulatory counsel with FDA, where he focused on compliance and enforcement related to promotion, advertising, and labeling. Prior to law school, Jonathan was a legislative aide in both the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.View the profile
If we are to be taken seriously in the Hemp space for the extracts and products we are creating in the name of "medicine" then it is incumbent upon us to hold a standard of excellence in all aspects from seed to shelf that is incomparable in quality, safety and consumer care. Professional known for planning and execution of compliance strategies, including digital content, print, and media content, affiliation management, packaging and label management, facility management and operational oversight for FDA FTC Compliance. Public Speaker, Educator and Panelist for industry regulation and compliance for events such as CBDEXPO TOURS, HEMP WORLD EXPO, WORLD CBD AWARDS , TEXAS HEMP CONVENTION and more Published Author - Modern Gladiator Magazine, THC Magazine, 10,000 Couples Magazine, ForbesView the profile
Educated in the U.S. navy in electrical/electronics, journalism major in FL in the 90's, and Biomedical Tech at IUPUI between 2016 and 2019, I now focus my efforts on hemp and cannabinoid chemistry.View the profile
Subject Matter Expert. Creative solution finder in a global flexible packaging industry since 2009. Skilled in New Product Development, Technical Sales, and Sales & Account Management. I collaborate with various teams to deliver thoughtful solutions, and stay ahead of the curve as market and client needs evolve.View the profile
This morning's panel wraps around FDA compliance, both domestic and international. It's very hot topic. Now, because we're seeing more and more Regulatory Compliance come down the pipeline and affect us, it doesn't just affect us on our own Federal level, but it affects us more so at the state level. This morning's panel is a composition of incredible people from the industry. All have interesting stories to tell about how they got here, no Road or no to pass by the same. I'm going to allow each panelist. Actual I'm going to go
ahead and start with Liz. Hi. My name is Liz geiselman and I am with Rocky Mountain reagents and 710 Spirits. Extraction products is our most amazing line of chemicals. I've been in the industry now for about 12 years and I've been in chemical sales 422. I am also, let's see what I might want, when I do hear. I'm also on the board of directors for the national cannabis industry, Association and serve on their product safety and Manufacturing. I also served on the champ initiative in Colorado which is the Colorado hemp advancement management plan
A lot of these issues there as well and then I've been involved in politics for about 15 years where I worked on getting policies and places at the state level. Yeah, that's not it. Buying a Director of Business Development for cannabis kitchen supplies. We are a commercial Equipment and supply provider to the industry