About The Webinar

The FDA is the guardian of public health in the U.S., regulating drugs, biologics, medical devices, food and feed, cosmetics, tobacco, and radiation-emitting devices. For importers, regulatory compliance begins before goods even reach the U.S. Understanding FDA regulations and developing an FDA import compliance program is therefore critically important to your global supply chain.

Join former FDA Director of Import Operations & Policy Domenic Veneziano and ST&R associate Andrea Jeglum for a discussion on how the FDA regulations affect your imports and how best to mitigate compliance risks.

Key Topics

  • FDA overview and regulatory framework
  • FDA declaration at U.S. entry
  • FDA review of importer’s entry declaration
  • FDA entry decisions
  • FDA import alerts
  • FDA prior notice requirements
  • FDA affirmation of compliance information
  • building and sustaining a compliant import process


Andrea K. Jeglum


ANDREA K. JEGLUM is an associate for Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., located in the Boston area. She concentrates her practice on customs compliance matters including tariff classification, country of origin, valuation, trade agreements, foreign-trade zones, and duty reduction programs. Prior to joining ST&R Ms. Jeglum served for more than 15 years leading global pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies through the complexities of global trade and related regulatory compliance matters.


Domenic J. Veneziano

Independent FDA Regulatory and Strategic Consultant


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