Example Projects

Biopesticide and Conventional Pesticide Registrations and Food Use Authorizations

  • U.S. EPA and PMRA import tolerance petitions for new active ingredients
  • Pre-submission detailed study-by-study review against the U.S. EPA guidelines for a high profile, multi-agency joint review submission for a conventional new active ingredient for food use to proactively identify report omissions to be addressed before submission via report supplements based upon the original raw data
  • U.S. EPA registration of new animal health use formulations and label expansions
  • U.S. EPA registration maintenance, including label and product chemistry amendments and responses to data call-ins
  • U.S. EPA biopesticide tolerance exemption expansion to include all crops and label expansion to include a large number of new food uses
  • Canadian (PMRA) registration of a new non-conventional pesticide and associated Canadian MRL evaluation
  • Registration of multiple new biopesticide active ingredients for residential non-food use
  • U.S. EPA/Canada/California shared review for a new conventional reduced risk active ingredient for outdoor and greenhouse food use and for nonfood use

FIFRA Training and Coaching

  • Multiple custom designed FIFRA training courses for a large client for which the target audiences for the different courses were registration specialists, labeling staff, and regulatory department administrative staff
  • Custom designed FIFRA training courses for small and mid-sized companies for which the target audiences included the regulatory, research, sales, marketing, customer service, and production department staff
  • FIFRA coaching for a small company with a one-person pesticide regulatory department to address a variety of requests raised by the business requiring “outside of the box” regulatory strategies


  • Proposals to obtain EPA confirmation that biostimulants and pesticide devices are not regulated under FIFRA.
  • National Organic Program (NOP) petitions to add to the list of a synthetic substance allowed in organic production (7 CFR §205.600)
  • National Pesticide Information Retrieval System (NPIRS) database searches for pesticide registration information to inform pesticide registration strategies and business decisions for pesticide registrant companies
  • Expert witness testimony regarding pesticide regulatory matters including data compensation and U.S. EPA policies
  • Guidance regarding regulatory considerations associated with the purchase of U.S. EPA pesticide product registrations