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Date: September 20, 2019

Kay Baxter to Present on CBD and Marijuana-Related Products at Perrin Food & Beverage Conference

by foleyandmansfield
Date: September 20, 2019
by foleyandmansfield

Kay Baxter to Present on CBD and Marijuana-Related Products at Perrin Food & Beverage Conference

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Foley & Mansfield announces that Kay Barnes Baxter will be a featured presenter at the Perrin Food & Beverage Litigation Conference on October 17, 2019 in Chicago.

Baxter and panelists will address the topic “The Ethical Issues with the Growing Trend of CBD and Marijuana Related Products in the F&B Industry.”  

Baxter will be joined by James DiGiulio of O’Toole Scrivo Fernandez Weiner Van Lieu, LLC,  Jason Lang of RHP Risk Management Inc., and Cicely Simpson of Summit Public Affairs, LLC.

Managing partner of Foley & Mansfield’s New Orleans office, Baxter is a seasoned litigator with extensive experience defending cases involving a wide range of products.  

 

Click here for more information or to register.

Kay Baxter, Foley & Mansfield New Orleans

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