Kristi Wolff

Partner @ Kelley Drye & Warren

Kristi Wolff’s practice focuses on food, drugs, dietary supplements, medical devices, personal care and consumer health products, as well as wearable technology and health privacy issues.  She has extensive experience advising clients whose products are within the overlapping jurisdictions of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

Kristi handles matters that span the complete product lifecycle, including concept analysis, claim substantiation, label review, quality and recall scenarios, and contested matters involving the FTC, FDA, National Advertising Division (NAD), state attorneys general and class action litigation.  In addition, she regularly counsels clients on issues pertaining to direct-selling compliance, and works with several lifestyle brands in the apparel, jewelry and fur industries.  Notably, Kristi also advises on all areas of country of origin marketing and advertising claims, such as “Made in U.S.A.”

Having served as in-house counsel in the health care and food products industries, Kristi is particularly attuned to balancing business objectives with legal considerations.  Clients appreciate Kristi’s practical approach to their legal challenges.  Detail-oriented, Kristi is able to synthesize and communicate even the most complex information and ideas in a manner that is easy-to-understand.  Creative and thorough, Kristi is adept at taking into account the bigger picture to help clients make informed and thoughtful decisions.  Her skill in the consumer protection area was recently recognized, where she was named Washington, D.C., “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers magazine.

Kristi is able to analyze matters and legal issues through the eyes of her clients, specifically taking into account their objectives and resources.  Prior to joining Kelley Drye, Kristi served as associate general counsel at Nestlé HealthCare Nutrition, Inc., a subsidiary of Nestlé S.A., the world’s largest health, nutrition and wellness company.  She also worked as senior counsel at Assurant Health, where she performed risk management functions, including litigation and regulatory tasks.  During law school, Kristi worked at the Wisconsin Department of Justice and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.



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