3rd Annual Legal, Regulatory, and Compliance Forum on Cosmetics & Personal Care Products

The Carlton Hotel
New York, NY
March 7-9, 2016

Sharon Blinkoff was Co-Chair of the 3rd Annual Legal, Regulatory, and Compliance Forum on Cosmetics and Personal Care Products, March 7-9, 2016 in New York. She was be a panelist/presenter at the following sessions:

Is it a Cosmetic, A Drug, Or Something Else? Exploring Regulatory Lines for “Cosmetic-Type” Products Which Affect the Structure or Function of the Body

Beauty Devices vs. Medical Devices: Understanding the Differences and Minimizing Legal and Regulatory Risks

She also presented the post-conference workshop:

Master Class on Legal and Business Strategies for International Cosmetics and Personal Care Products Regulatory Compliance

American Conference Institute is pleased to announce its collaboration with Independent Cosmetic Manufacturers and Distributors on its third iteration of the Legal, Regulatory, and Compliance Forum on Cosmetics and Personal Care Products. Through this alliance between ACI—the leading producer of legal and regulatory conferences—and ICMAD—the premier industry association for the cosmetics and personal care products industry—this conference has solidified its status as the “must-attend” forum for industry insiders to discuss and assess political, legislative, regulatory, and judicial developments impacting business decisions and long-term strategies.

This year’s agenda is designed to help you make sense of the ramifications of the pending federal bills and explore additional challenges at the legal and regulatory level affecting business strategies. The goal is to provide a forum for the top companies and manufacturers to find long-term solutions and share best practices.

A distinguished faculty will help you:
  • MONITOR the political, legal, regulatory, and industry developments affecting the cosmetics and personal care products industry
  • EXAMINE the blurred lines between a “cosmetic” and a “drug” as products become ever more innovative and novel
  • MINIMIZE the legal and regulatory risks for beauty devices versus medical devices
  • IMPROVE your claim substantiation efforts by examining trends in litigation concerning false or misleading advertising claims
  • RESPOND TO Prop 65 and class actions targeted at the cosmetics and personal care products industry
  • EMPLOY sound social media marketing strategies for cosmetics and personal care products
  • DEMYSTIFY retailer requirements on sustainability requirements and claim substantiation
  • ANALYZE IP challenges to prevent trademark dilution and infringement in the marketplace