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Prop 65: How the New Rules Affect Your Business and Supply Chain - On-Demand

Prop 65: How the New Rules Affect Your Business and Supply Chain - On-Demand

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Prop 65: How the New Rules Affect Your Business and Supply Chain - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how new Proposition 65 rules affect your business and supply chain.

Earlier this year, California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) issued yet another Proposition 65 (Prop 65) rule. Though the new requirements are intended to provide greater clarity and certainty for retailers, manufacturers, and distributors as to who is responsible for providing Prop 65 warnings, the rules have resulted in further confusion.

Use this on-demand webinar that will shed light on these new retailer and supply chain requirements and explain the practical implications of the constantly evolving Prop 65 rules for your organization. You’ll get answers to practical questions such as: 

  • If I am a manufacturer, do I need to provide Prop 65 warnings to downstream retailers?
  • What if I’m a retailer who is selling a product that I didn’t know required Prop 65 warnings?

And, after attending this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Comply with the new Prop 65 requirements for retailers, manufacturers, and distributors that took effect in January 2020;
  • Recognize how the Prop 65 rules affect your company;
  • Understand who is responsible for warnings, what must be included in the warnings, and how best to ensure your supply chain is protected;
  • Protect your organization from costly agency enforcement and private citizen suits;
  • And more!

About Your Presenters

David W. Bertoni, Esq.David W. Bertoni, Esq.
Brann & Isaacson

David Bertoni practices in the areas of online and multichannel marketing and business litigation, handling complex cases for companies large and small across the United States. He helps clients untangle and apply advertising, privacy, tax, consumer protection, and product safety laws; guides them through government audits and investigations; and represents them as lead counsel in trials, administrative hearings, and appeals, including in civil litigation arising out of a wide range of business dealings.

Before joining Brann & Isaacson in 1989, Bertoni worked closely with famed criminal defense attorney and presidential counsel Robert S. Bennett, representing the world’s largest defense contractors in sweeping investigations, including the FBI’s Operation Ill Wind (“one of the biggest federal white–collar crime cases ever prosecuted” which “rattled the nation’s military–industrial complex,” according to Time magazine). These cases often involved parallel criminal, civil, and administrative proceedings. He also worked on major government contract bid protests and helped write a book on the subject.  This experience led to his selection by the State of Maine to advise it in connection with its successful re-procurement of its statewide 9-1-1 emergency response system, after the initial award had been overturned by a losing bidder.

With government agencies and class action lawyers growing increasingly aggressive, and laws and regulations becoming progressively more arcane, his rich experience in a wide variety of high-stakes investigations and litigation helps him not only to react to risks and threats, but to anticipate and protect against them.  His success in defending class action cases, a peril increasingly faced by online and multichannel marketers, led to his selection by the American Bar Association as an author for its go-to treatise in the field, A Practitioner’s Guide to Class Action Litigation (2017), and by Benchmark Litigation as a class action litigation star in 2013, 2014, and 2015.

Daniel A. Nuzzi, Esq.Daniel A. Nuzzi, Esq.
Brann & Isaacson

Dan Nuzzi directs Brann & Isaacson’s general litigation practice, handling complex business litigation matters in numerous state and federal courts, as well as before administrative agencies.  He has tried to jury verdict or final judgment several multimillion-dollar cases.  His varied practice includes employment, class–action, contractual, construction, real estate, product liability, copyright, and commercial and corporate law cases.

In addition to his active litigation practice, he counsels clients with respect to matters of corporate and regulatory compliance including international trade, product and food safety, labeling and regulatory matters involving the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the Federal Trade Commission, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and the Food and Drug Administration.