Attorney Profile:

Mitzi Ng Clark

Mitzi Ng Clark: Attorney with Keller and Heckman LLP

Biography

Mitzi Ng Clark practices in the area of food and drug law, with an emphasis on food, cosmetic, and drug packaging.

Ms. Clark advises domestic and international corporations on a wide range of regulatory issues, ranging from FDA premarket clearance requirements for food-contact materials and local and state regulations concerning plastics and chemicals, to good manufacturing issues and regulatory requirements for food, cosmetics, and animal feed. Ms. Clark's practice extends to the international arena, where she counsels clients on regulatory matters in jurisdictions such as Canada, the European Union, the Pacific Rim, Latin America, and the Middle East. She has made food-contact submissions in countries such as China, India, South Korea, and Indonesia.

While in law school, Ms. Clark served as the executive editor of the Temple Environmental Law and Technology Journal. Ms. Clark has a background in epidemiology and disease research.

Ms. Clark contributes to various trade publications, including Food Packaging Bulletin and FLEXO Magazine. She also is a frequent speaker on food-contact topics at various conferences in the U.S. and abroad.

News

•Mar 07, 2016 Mitzi Clark to Attend Legal, Regulatory, and Compliance Forum on Cosmetics and Personal Care Products
•Feb 04, 2016 Keller and Heckman Partner Mitzi Ng Clark to Present at Food & Beverage Packaging Conference
•Sep 28, 2015 Mitzi Ng Clark to Present at Food Contact & Additives Conference
•Jan 11, 2013 David Ettinger, Mitzi Ng Clark, and Mark Thompson Author an Update on the Regulation of Food Contact Materials in China for the Food Packaging Bulletin
•Jun 26, 2012 Partner Mitzi Clark to Present on GMPs and Customer Assurance Issues at AMI's Multilayer Packaging Films 2012 Conference
•Apr 18, 2012 Partner Mitzi Clark to Speak on US Food Contact Legislation at the EuPC's Back-To-Basics Training Event
•Jan 03, 2012 Keller and Heckman Elects New Partner and Names New Counsel for 2012

Events

•Jun 11, 2014 Mitzi Clark to Speak at 2014 Flex Pack Tech Tour

Articles

•Aug 17, 2016 FDA Issues Final GRAS Rule; Formally Adopts Voluntary Notification Process
•May 31, 2016 The California Rigid Plastic Packaging Container Law
•Sep 03, 2014 Flexible Food Packaging: Navigating FDA Compliance
•Apr 25, 2014 Mitzi Ng Clark Authors Article on Food Packaging Regulations in Latin America
•Oct 08, 2013 Special Report on Food Packaging Regulations in the Pacific Rim
•Jun 07, 2012 Now on PackagingLaw.com: Japanese Food Packaging Regulations Update; Commentary on Proposed FCN User Fees in U.S.
•May 30, 2012 Update on the Regulation of Nanomaterials in Food Packaging Available

Areas of Practice (4)

  • California's Proposition 65
  • Food & Drug
  • Nanotechnology Strategy
  • Regulation and Defense

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
202.434.4238  Phone
202.434.4646  Fax
www.khlaw.com
University Attended:
Stanford University, B.A., 1996; Boston University, M.P.H., 1999
Law School Attended:
Temple University, Beasley School of Law, J.D., 2002
Admission:
2002, California; 2003, District of Columbia
Memberships:

Membership

•American Bar Association

ISLN:
917049819

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