FEMA, in collaboration with the American Spice Trade Association (ASTA), presented Recordkeeping, a FSMA webinar on May 30, 2013. Click here to access the order form.
FEMA Member Price: $155.00
Non-Member Price: $355.00
FEMA in partnership with ASTA invite you to register for the joint FEMA/ASTA Webinar on Thursday, May 30, 2013.
Join food safety expert Maile Gradison Hermida of Hogan Lovells to learn more about how to keep good records to help you prepare for FSMA.
Recordkeeping is a critical component of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) because the law greatly increases FDA’s access to your records during inspections. These new obligations could have a significant impact on your day-to-day operations. Do you know the recordkeeping requirements under FSMA? What will you have to show FDA inspectors when they inspect your facility? Learn about the big changes in store. We will explain how to get your records ready for FSMA and tips for record creation.
Maile Gradison Hermida, Hogan Lovells
Maile Gradison Hermida practices with Hogan Lovells in the area of food and agriculture law. She represents food companies, including manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and their trade associations. Her clients are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration, Department of Agriculture, Federal Trade Commission, and other health and safety regulatory agencies at both the federal and state levels.
Maile advises clients on the development of label claims, website and promotional campaigns for products, as well as the various requirements applicable to the labeling of foods. She also provides assistance to trade associations and food companies with fashioning comments and developing strategies in response to agency rulemaking and other public policy issues. Her practice is increasingly focused on counseling companies and trade associations as to the implementation of the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act. Maile also assists clients with responses to Federal Trade Commission, Congressional, and state Attorney General investigations and counsels clients on the development, interpretation, and enforcement of laws and regulations governing food production, processing, and distribution.
Prior to joining Hogan & Hartson, she served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Charles F. Lettow of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. Maile graduated with high honors from The George Washington University Law School, where she served as executive editor of The George Washington Law Review.