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Amin Talati attorney joins AHPA Botanical Congress panel

Amin Talati attorney joins AHPA Botanical Congress panel
Abhishek Gurnani will participate on a roundtable panel discussing dietary supplement cGMP.

Abhishek Gurnani, Esq., an associate attorney with Amin Talati, a leading dietary supplement industry law firm in Chicago, will participate with other legal experts and industry veterans on the 2013 AHPA Botanical Congress roundtable panel discussing regulatory requirements of 21 CFR 111 (dietary supplement cGMP). The AHPA Botanical Congress interactive workshop takes place Thursday, May 2, at the Javits Center in New York City as part of SupplySide Marketplace. The Regulatory Panel/Q&A (cGMP): Session 1 begins at 9:15 a.m.

“Dietary supplement ingredient suppliers and manufacturers bear the burden of regulatory compliance under 21 CFR 111 which includes the verification of identity, finished product testing, and authentication of botanicals via scientifically valid methods,” says Gurnani, who provides regulatory and litigation services to food, drug, dietary supplement, medical device and cosmetic companies.

In addition to interactive discussions with legal and regulatory experts, AHPA Botanical Congress participants will be provided with the opportunity to gain an understanding of the various identity methods and technologies on their own top 10 list of botanical ingredients, including demonstrations on how the various technologies work for popular botanical ingredients.

For more information about industry regulatory requirements and the event contact Rakesh Amin, LL.M., R. Ph., managing partner with Amin Talati in Chicago, at 312.327.3382.


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