Watch on demand now to learn more about FSMA compliance and how to establish a compliant food safety plan.
This exclusive presentation will provide an update on how domestic and foreign pet food manufacturers are managing FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) compliance and the issues identified by FDA during inspections. Experts will dive deeper into the types of hazardous animal food found in raw pet food that companies need to manage. Additionally, they will provide helpful tips in crafting Food Safety Plans, developing recall plans, and how to hedge future litigation risks. Featured speakers include Ryann Glenn and Emily Lyons, both partners at Husch Blackwell.
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This webinar is sponsored by Husch Blackwell and presented by Petfood Industry and WATT Global Media.
Ryann Glenn, Partner, Husch Blackwell
For Ryann, there's nothing better than advocating for a client. An experienced litigator, she's passionate about winning cases, both in and out of the courtroom. Ryann has litigated numerous commercial disputes in state and federal district courts, including the following: U.S. District Court of Nebraska, U.S. District Court of Minnesota, U.S. District Court of Missouri, U.S. District Court of Illinois and U.S. District Court of Iowa. Her representation ranges from a variety of commercial business disputes to focused, food- and agriculture-related commercial litigation. Ryann focuses her practice on food and agriculture companies, and these are industries she knows and loves. Ryann's love of agriculture stems from being raised on her family's Iowa farm. Her family continues to be involved in the industry, making agricultural concerns a topic of discussion and interest in her daily life. While Ryann handles a wide variety of commercial litigation for food and agriculture companies, she also provides clients with legal advice surrounding food regulatory laws. She has a special interest in the organic products industry and works with organic certification issues
Emily Lyons, Partner, Husch Blackwell
Emily grew up on a northern Illinois dairy farm, and now helps clients bridge the gap from farm to fork. Emily's excellent research and writing skills - and a preference for people rather than cows - set her on the path to become an attorney. Understanding that food and beverage producers face tough choices regarding sustainability, marketing and legal requirements, she steers clients toward best solutions. She guides clients on complex regulatory issues as they bring dairy products, pet food, beverages, fruits and vegetables, processed foods, alcohol beverages and other agricultural goods to market. At the intersection of agriculture, food and environment, Emily handles compliance matters such as labeling, marketing, permitting and agency inquiries including the Food Safety Modernization Act, Pasteurized Milk Ordinance, USDA National Organic Program and bioengineered food disclosure standard, Generally Recognized as Safe status for food additives and food contact substances, and the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (Proposition 65).