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More Prop 65 Changes On the Horizon: How You Can Prepare - On-Demand

More Prop 65 Changes On the Horizon: How You Can Prepare - On-Demand

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More Prop 65 Changes On the Horizon: How You Can Prepare - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

Program Length: 60 minutes

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Explore the proposed changes to California’s Proposition 65 and discover what practical implications the rule’s evolution could have on your organization through this insightful webinar on April 29.

Yet again, California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) is planning to make substantial changes to Proposition 65’s clear and reasonable warning requirements—this time, to the short-form warning rules in particular.

For companies using short-form warnings on their product labels, catalogs, or websites and for those selling food products in California, your path to compliance may become even more confusing.

As you know, the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (Prop 65), was enacted as a ballot initiative in November 1986. The proposition protects California's drinking water sources from being contaminated with chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm, and requires businesses to inform Californians about exposures to such chemicals.

And on January 8, 2021, OEHHA proposed amendments to Article 6 of Prop 65. Specifically, the proposed amendments would modify the content and methods for providing short-form warnings. Under the amendments, companies using short-form warnings will have to revise their labeling and marketing materials.

Join us for a webinar on this popular subject during which we will shed light on these proposed changes and explain the practical implications of the constantly evolving Prop 65 rules for your organization.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the implications of the proposed Prop 65 revisions for their company;
  • Identify the industries that will be most significantly impacted;
  • Develop a strategy for updating their Prop 65 compliance program; and
  • Protect their organization from agency enforcement and private citizen suits.

About Your Presenters

David W. BertoniDavid W. Bertoni
Partner, Brann & Isaacson

David Waller Bertoni is a partner with Brann & Isaacson. He represents online retailers and their service providers in high stakes regulatory, tax, and consumer disputes. He also helps his clients anticipate and address legal vulnerabilities—reducing the risk of costly litigation and enforcement efforts, including those related to Proposition 65.  The American Bar Association has selected David as an author for its authoritative treatise on class action litigation, A Practitioner’s Guide to Class Actions in 2012, 2017, and 2021.  He is a member of the Maine, Virginia, and District of Columbia bars.

>David Swetnam-BurlandDavid Swetnam-Burland
Partner, Brann & Isaacson

David Swetnam-Burland is a partner with Brann & Isaacson who represents the firm’s business clients, including over a dozen of the 100 largest Internet retailers, in business, false claims, intellectual property, privacy, and tax litigation. He regularly appears in federal and state trial and appellate courts nationwide, as well as before state and federal administrative agencies. David also advises clients on compliance issues in the areas of data privacy and security and state and local tax. He is a member of the Maine, California, and Oregon bars.

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Credits for this program expired on 12/31/21.