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Prop 65: New Requirements and More Proposals—What It All Means for Your Current Compliance Obligations - On-Demand

Prop 65: New Requirements and More Proposals—What It All Means for Your Current Compliance Obligations - On-Demand

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Prop 65: New Requirements and More Proposals—What It All Means for Your Current Compliance Obligations - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn what evolving Prop 65 requirements and proposals mean for meeting your compliance obligations.

Just as you were getting comfortable with California’s new Proposition 65 warning requirements that took effect in August 2018, things will be changing again. With savvy plaintiffs’ attorneys capitalizing on companies that missed the first compliance deadline, you can count on lawsuits stemming from the new rules on the horizon.

Are you up to date on the latest Prop 65 developments? Use this on-demand webinar when environmental attorneys who will explain the practical implications of these constantly evolving rules and proposals and how they will affect your organization.

After attending this webinar, you will be able to: 

  • Confirm that your organization is in compliance with new Prop 65 requirements that took effect in August 2018
  • Recognize how the proposed clarification of supply chain obligations may affect your company
  • Comply with required signal word or pesticide warning requirements
  • Recognize the practical impact of the proposed warning rules for residential rental properties and newly-listed chemicals
  • Evaluate how the amended safe harbor provisions protect direct marketers and retailers
  • Use vendor agreements and indemnification language to shift risk as permitted under the regulation
  • Know when and how to make necessary and required disclosures in online marketing as well as catalogs
  • Obtain examples of safe and appropriate warnings, including specific language and warning symbols
  • Understand who is responsible for warnings, and how best to ensure your supply chain is protected


About Your Presenters

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

Daniel Nuzzi of Brann & Isaacson directs the firm’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, contractual, construction, real estate, product liability, copyright, and commercial and corporate law cases.

In addition to his active litigation practice, Dan 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.

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

David Bertoni of Brann & Isaacson 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.

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