Ian works with clients in Ireland, the UK, Europe and from around the world.
Examples of Ian’s work in Ireland and the UK
Advising on issues relating to the UK’s departure from the EU (“Brexit”)
Providing advice and representation in respect of food safety and hygiene prosecutions
Advising on food safety matters involving food poisoning
Challenging enforcement action and appealing enforcement notices
Advising, as part of a wider project, on claims relating to food additives
Advising on matters relating to the welfare of animals at the time of killing, welfare enforcement notices and defending prosecutions
As part of a global project, providing domestic advice on the risks of marketing a botanical product with non-compliant or on-hold health claims
Advising on local requirements for products to be launched on the EU or domestic markets
Advising on sales descriptions such as Irish Whiskey
Providing advice to businesses on their obligations in respect of notification, withdrawal and recall of non-compliant foodstuffs
Reviewing product labels and related material and advising on the requirements relating to food information and nutrition and health claims
Advising on the requirements relating to food supplements
Advising in respect of borderline products and the risks of making medicinal claims
Assisting a client who had foodstuffs seized by UK Border Force
Reviewing a product brochure and marketing material for a business involved in wight management and advising on food information, nutrition and health claims and responding to regulator’s enquiries
Reviewing and advising on claims relating to cholesterol
Advising on obligations in respect of making “free from” and similar claims
Advising on the powers of regulators and official controls
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