About FDA Consultant Attorney Katherine Giannamore and Shehadeh Giannamore, PLLC

Focusing on food and drug law, Attorney Katherine Giannamore handles a wide range of regulatory issues, including ingredient reviews, label reviews, reviews of marketing (websites, brochures, video advertisements), removals from import alerts, reconditioning requests, responses to warning letters and a number of other services. In order to help  individuals establish compliance with federal laws and regulations at the outset, we provide reviews of products and marketing materials for many different FDA-regulated industries, including all types of foods, dietary supplements, cosmetics and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs. Additionally, we provide registration and listing services, among many other regulatory and legal services. For more information about hiring a FDA regulatory attorney or how we can help you, contact us here or call (305) 507-9843.

About FDA Consultant, Attorney Katherine Giannamore

Ms. Giannamore has been heading the firm’s Food & Drug Law Practice since its inception 2012. Her entry into this field began even earlier, with her initial employment in the field as a law student at a mid-sized Miami-based law firm. It was during this experience, where she learned the intricacies of food and drug law, being one of a select few working in the firm’s FDA practice group. This experience led Katherine to start her own firm focusing on helping clients achieve regulatory compliance, while providing cost-effective legal solutions to a wide range of clients.  

In addition to being licensed to practice law in the State of Florida, Ms. Giannamore is admitted to practice before the United States Courts of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the Eleventh Circuit.

While Katherine’s primary focus is providing FDA regulatory consulting services and related regulatory guidance directly to clients, Ms. Giannamore has also completed several speaking engagements, where she works to help those in the industry understand the legal background of various FDA-regulated areas. These speaking engagements have been on the topics of gluten-free labeling of foods and major allergen labeling under the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act, among other related regulatory topics.