New Changes to California’s Prop 65: What Do They Mean for You?

Recorded April 21, 2016 | On-Demand Webinar

Join the Food and Drug Law Institute for a webinar, “New Changes to California’s Prop 65: What Do They Mean for You?” on April 19, from 2:00 – 3:30 PM ET. California’s Proposition 65 is a broad law that requires companies selling products in California to inform consumers of chemicals known to cause cancer or reproductive harm that are contained in their products.

  • Overview of Prop 65 regulations, and how the recent amendments affect food and dietary supplements, and litigation risk
  • New and updated regulations including BPA listing, latest warning proposal, and safe harbor provisions
  • Impacts on industry and supply chain
  • How to effectively comply with the new regulations and create a compliance program

Sarah Esmaili, Counsel, Arnold & Porter LLP
Leslie Krasny, Partner, Keller and Heckman LLP
Amy Norris, Chief Counsel, Regulatory Compliance and Risk Management, Clif Bar & Company
Steven Armstrong, Chief Food Law Counsel, Campbell Soup Company and Member, FDLI Board (moderator)

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