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Rakesh Amin Provides Information About New Dietary Ingredient Notifications at Expo East

(Chicago, IL) October 29, 2004 –Rakesh M. Amin, LL.M. and R.Ph., managing partner of the Chicago-based Amin Law legal group, provided guidance on GRAS and food additive regulatory requirements for food ingredients including routes and recommendations to obtain GRAS status at the Expo East Natural Products show on Friday, October 16 at the Washington Convention Center.

Amin also presented information on the old vs. new dietary ingredient analysis and new dietary ingredient notifications. As an expert in the area of FDA issues, he covered guidance on new dietary ingredient pre-market notifications, including vital information to submit to the FDA.

Amin, in addition to his law practice, is a registered pharmacist and an adjunct professor teaching food and drug law at DePaul University College of Law in Chicago.

Amin Law is a legal practice specializing in FDA, FTC, USDA, U.S. Customs and related regulatory matters. Amin Law assists companies with food, dietary supplement, drug, cosmetic and medical device research and development, INDs, product approval process, GRAS and NDI issues, good manufacturing practices, advertising, labeling, claims, third-party literature, Bioterrorism Act, import/export and inspection matters. Amin Law also specializes in patents, trademark s, trade secrets, licensing, contracts and business litigation.
For more information and to sign-up for the Amin Law e-newsletter, visit www.amin-law.com or email info@amin-law.com.

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