Resnick Center for Food Law & Policy

Food Marketing Claims & the First Amendment: When Do Companies Say Too Much? A Discussion of POM Wonderful vs. FTC

This lunch discussion will analyze the case and its broader significance for areas including food marketing, food labeling, the use of science in advertising, and the sometimes hazy line between food and drugs.

The Resnick Program Food Law and Policy Lunch Series presents

Food Marketing Claims & the First Amendment: When Do Companies Say Too Much? A Discussion of POM Wonderful vs. FTC

Please RSVP by October 7.

This lunch discussion will analyze the case and it’s broader significance for areas including food marketing, food labeling, the use of science in advertising, and the sometimes hazy line between food and drugs. 

Featuring:

Miriam J. Guggenheim
Miriam Guggenheim is a partner at the law firm of Covington & Burling LLP, where she assists a broad range of major food and dietary supplement companies in achieving their marketing goals while minimizing regulatory and litigation risks.

Separating Drugs from Supplements

Stephen Gardner
Stephen Gardner is currently of counsel to the Dallas-based Stanley Law Group, a plaintiffs firm. Previously, Steve was Director of Litigation for the Washington, DC based advocacy group Center for Science in the Public Interest 2004-2014) and of Counsel to the National Consumer Law Center (2002-2006).

Moderator: Diana Winters
Diana Winters joined the Robert H. McKinney School of Law faculty in August of 2012.  Winters was a visiting Assistant Professor at Boston University School of Law, where she was also the Health Law Scholar.