Maggie Craig focuses her practice regulatory, compliance, and civil litigation with a specific emphasis on food, beverage, nutrition and dietary supplements, consumer products, food and consumer product recalls, corporate compliance, and consumer fraud class actions. Maggie also has experience with direct defense of aging services facilities in lawsuits asserting professional liability, personal injury, negligence, elder abuse, wrongful death and other related claims.

She represents national and international manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and brands of food, beverage, dietary supplements, alcohol, hemp/CBD, cosmetics, clothing retailers, children's products, and a wide variety of general consumer products. Her clients range from start-ups to multi-nationals. She also advises clients on issues regarding regulatory compliance in the context of chemicals and contaminants, including as it relates to restricted substance lists (RSLs), and per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). She also has international in-house experience, working abroad in Amsterdam, Netherlands as international regulatory and compliance legal counsel for a multi-national food company.

Maggie has hands on, in-depth experience navigating food and nutrition industry trends, Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), Federal Trade Commission (FTC), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Alcohol Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) and Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) regulations. She also has extensive experience with the scientific substantiation landscape related to product benefit statements, including health claims, structure function claims, qualified health claims and product formulations.

As in-house counsel, Maggie served as international legal counsel to more than 40 business units with particular emphasis on building and executing corporate compliance initiatives and related compliance matters, as well as extensive regulatory advising and risk analysis for US product benefit statements claims covering products ranging from baby food to adult dietary supplements.

Maggie's training in Nutrition and Food Studies from New York University, combined with her litigation, regulatory and international in-house experience, provides her with great insight into food and dietary supplement-related litigation and regulatory matters as well as national and international corporate compliance matters.