• The inaugural US E-Cigarette Summit was held in Washington DC, on Monday May 8, 2017 and welcomed over 250 people
  • The 2nd Annual US E-Cigarette Summit will take place April 30, 2018......Registration is now open

Eric N. Lindblom JD

Program Director, Tobacco Control and Food and Drug Law
O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, Georgetown University Law Center

Eric N. Lindblom, JD, is the Director for Tobacco Control and Food and Drug Law at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.  Mr. Lindblom was the Director of the Office of Policy at the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products from 2011-2014, and previously served as General Counsel and Director for Policy Research at the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, where he began work in 1998.  Mr. Lindblom has extensive experience analyzing and evaluating different tobacco control policies in the U.S. and overseas; and is the author of “Effectively Regulating E-Cigarettes and their Advertising – and the First Amendment” (Food & Drug Law Journal, 2015).

Besides supporting public health litigation relating to regulated products, Mr. Lindblom works with tobacco control and other regulatory and public health researchers to help make their research more policy relevant and influential by providing the legal and policy contexts for their research in related proposals, project designs, and publications. To accelerate the development of new legal and policy analyses to inform the regulation of tobacco products, foods, and drugs (including legalized cannabis), Mr. Lindblom also works through the O’Neill Institute to convene diverse groups of relevant experts at Georgetown University’s law school to consider key issues, questions and strategies, and to develop reports and other publications presenting the related consensus analyses, answers, and recommendations.

Eric N. Lindblom JD will be speaking at:

How to Regulate E-Cigarettes – Are we asking the right questions?

- 14:35 - 14:50

Open Floor Q&A and Moderated Discussion

- 14:50 - 15:15

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