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We have developed a comprehensive know-how in terms of professional training.  Our trainings sessions, workshops and scientific committee contribute to the passing on of our knowledge:
  • ready-made
  • custom-made
  • in French
  • in English
  • in France
  • abroad

In 10 years, Product Law Firm’s founding partners gave more than 500 speeches at conferences, seminars and training courses worldwide.

Some examples ?

  • Self-monitoring and criminal risk reduction; Dealing with official inspections; Health communications made on food products; Food fraud: monitoring the risk; Reducing the time-to-market of own brand products; Abrupt termination of commercial relationships; Food defense and cyber menace; Green claims in Europe; etc.
  • Consult our range of trainings or subscribe for the next training dates by visiting our dedicated page.
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