News

This section provides insights into;

  • The essential and current legal issues
  • Trends and likely future developments

The information contained in the news section and articles should not be construed as legal advice.

In-House Training

In-house training and regulatory compliance resource tools are designed to meet the requirements of the Turkish Food Codex and tailored specifically for your business. It provides you with;

  • Constant systematic examination of legislative changes, likely developments, potential threats and opportunities on your behalf
  • Regular contact with you during and after the process of putting compliance/system tools in place

Legal Advice

Experience in cooperating with national experts/scientists, food specialists and lawyers from other jurisdictions on all aspects of food law related issues.

  • Turkish Regulatory Expertise in Food Sector
  • A supportive one -to- one service

Who We Are

In most common law countries lawyers have many options over the course of their careers.

  • Prosecution of Criminal Suspects
  • Advocacy in Administrative Hearings
  • Protecting Intellectual Property

Top Attorneys

Working as a lawyer involves the practical application of abstract legal theories and knowledge.

  • Oral Argument in the Courts
  • Research and Drafting of Papers
  • Client Intake and Counseling

Legal Advice

Experience in cooperating with national experts/scientists, food specialists and and lawyers from other jurisdictions on all aspects of food law related issues.

  • Turkish Regulatory Expertise in Food Sector
  • A supportive one -to- one service

Prevention rather than reaction...

The Turkish Food Codex forces food business operators to really take a hard look at their activities at the outset to ensure that their products are in compliance with the relevant regulations, they have identified all potential hazards and they have put controls in place to prevent these hazards from occuring. Furthermore, governmental authorities are going to have broader access to food business operators’ records, they have ever had before.

They need to ensure;

– food safety and regulatory compliance plans in place

– good record keeping practices in place

– appropriate and acceptable level of legal characterisation/formality in any record are set

– constant systematic examination of legislative changes, likely developments, potential threats and opportunities on your behalf

– regular contact with you during and after the process of putting compliance/system tools in place

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Food Law Compliance and Crises Management

Analyse what you do, produce documentary proof…

M&A Transactions

Be aware of the sector-specific risks associated with the food and drinks industry…

Nutrition and Health Claims

Strategy is key…

Labeling, Advertising & Marketing

The wording for marketing influences consumers’ choices…

Cosmetics

Meaningful self-regulation…

Food Supplements

New scientific and regulatory challenges regarding the legislative status of new ingredients…

Ingredients

Technology revolution and legislative response…

Food Contact Materials

Managing risks…

Areas of Practice

What we do

If you have any questions please get in touch at info@songul.av.tr