Cannabidiol is sweeping the nation, and CBD is now appearing in various sports nutrition products on the dietary supplement market. Are the risks associated with marketing CBD in dietary supplement products greater or lesser than average when it comes specifically to the sports nutrition sector? The answer is, BOTH! This legal and regulatory update will look at the complexities and developments of CBD in products marketed to athletes and fitness enthusiasts.
Richard D. Collins, Esq., attorney, Collins Gann McCloskey & Barry PLLC
Rick Collins is an attorney dedicated to the health and fitness community. A founding partner of the Long Island-based law firm Collins Gann McCloskey and Barry PLLC, and a former Nassau County assistant district attorney, he is internationally recognized as a top legal authority in the field of dietary supplements and sports nutrition substances. Collins also appeared in the documentary “Bigger, Stronger, Faster.” He has contributed chapters to two textbooks on sports nutrition and is a frequent contributor to various bodybuilding publications. His law firm assists dietary supplement companies and many others in the natural products industry with a variety of legal needs.