LieAnn Van-Tull practices in the area of food and drug law, as well as tobacco and e-vapor regulation. She advises domestic and foreign clients on compliance with global food and drug packaging requirements. Ms. Van-Tull also provides state and federal legislative counsel to tobacco and e-vapor suppliers and manufacturers.
Prior to joining Keller and Heckman, Ms. Van-Tull served as regulatory counsel for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). While at FDA, she was on the lead counsel team on enforcement actions against companies that produce electronic nicotine delivery systems. Ms. Van-Tull also developed policies and programs involving matters affecting the regulation of the tobacco industry. Ms. Van-Tull also has a background in chemistry.
Admitted to practice in Maryland only. Practice limited to matters before the FDA and matters ancillary thereto.
Articles in the National Law Review database by LieAnn Van-Tull
The National Law Review Recognizes Keller and Heckman’s Food and Drug Law Practice Group as Go-To Thought Leaders for the firm’s contributions on FDA Regulations and guidelines. Keller and Heckman’s expansive FDA coverage included: proposed rules expanding food traceability and record-keeping requirements, new guidance for animal food additives, a final rule concerning gluten-free food labeling, and approval of a new peanut allergy drug. Addressing the COVID-19 crisis, Keller & Heckman provided news about warnings required by the FDA for Purell and other actions about hand sanitizer and additional Coronavirus prevention and cure claims, the FDA’s and OSHA’s employee health and food safety checklist(s) and COVID-19 best practices for retail and restaurants and COVID-19 Guidance to U.S. food exporters. The firm’s most frequent FDA / Food and Drug Law attorney contributors to the NLR include Azim Chowdhury, Sheila A. Millar,Evangelia Pelonis,Natalie Rainer and LieAnn Van-Tull.