Fabricated & Component Goods
Our team offers that rare blend of industry, business and legal savvy needed to help clients thrive amidst intense global competition. We advise manufacturers of fabricated and component products, including the raw materials that go into them, on a broad spectrum of legal matters, from labor issues and commercial disputes, to vendor contracts, R&D, sales and distribution, to environmental issues and strategic acquisitions. Our insight into the regulatory overlay for manufacturing companies (and their suppliers) helps clients maintain frictionless operations across a variety of markets. We also work with clients to safeguard and grow their market share by leveraging strategic relationships and protecting their material, real property and intellectual property assets.
Sub-Industry Team Contacts
Webinar: CBD – Future Regulatory Pathways in the U.S.
June 24, 2021 | Blogs
While the FDA continues to delay action regarding regulation of CBD consumable products, lawmakers c...
Burning Questions for the Tobacco Product Industry as it Deals with Increased and Evolving Tax, Regu...
June 6, 2021 | Blogs
The tobacco industry has always been complicated from a tax and regulatory standpoint, but recent an...
FDA Reverses Exemption of Seven Class I Gloves from 510(k) Premarket Notification Process
May 19, 2021 | Blogs
On April 16, 2021, the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) issued two notices in reaction to the Janua...
States Pursue Changes to Allow Direct Shipment and Delivery of Craft Spirits
April 19, 2021 | Coronavirus Response Team
While sales of liquor nationwide have increased during the pandemic, craft beer sales decreased by a...
Webinar: Key Banking and Credit Card Processing Issues All Hemp Businesses Must Get Right
April 6, 2021 | Blogs
Hemp and CBD businesses continue to face challenges with banking, credit card processing and other f...
Indiana General Assembly Passes COVID-19 Immunity Protections
March 11, 2021 | Publications
Providing protections to businesses against COVID-19 lawsuits was a top priority for the Indiana Gen...