Amway Attorney Sees Role For Legal In Supplement Claims Development
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Corporate attorneys for supplement companies should take a collaborative approach to keeping marketers out of legal and regulatory trouble, says Amway in-house counsel Patricia Linscott. Attorneys at the Nutrilite supplement maker participate in “idea-to-market” product development teams and help brainstorm claims.
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