6-Hour Program

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Why You Should Attend

As manufacturing sectors continue to be shaped by digital developments, diverse, global supply chains, and sustainability goals, consumer expectations of transparency in the source, safety, and efficacy of products have likewise evolved—making corporate responsibility and company disclosure obligations more paramount.  

Likewise, regulatory oversight by agencies such as the CPSC, FTC and NHTSA has become even more complex and far-reaching along manufacturing distribution channels. Successful attorneys, then, must be well-prepared to serve as their clients’ resource of first resort for guidance on the laws governing the labeling, marketing, and monitoring of consumer products, and to provide informed guidance on what to do when things go wrong. 

Each year PLI’s annual Manufacturing and Consumer Products Law Institute with Program Chairs Elizabeth R. Bain and Mike Gentine and our incredible roster of faculty speakers provides timely and experienced instruction to help attorneys succeed in the critical roles they play along the commercial chain from manufacturing, distribution to the end-use of consumer products.  

What You Will Learn

After completing this program, participants will be able to:

• Know the parameters CPSC requirements for product labeling 

• Assess the takeaways from California’s Prop 65’s implementation and reach throughout global supply chains 

• Adapt compliance protocols to ensure data privacy and minimize risk

• Review NHTSA reporting and recall requirements for motor vehicles  

• compliances policies and processes to align with current regulatory requirements

• Review current trends in PFAS reviews and litigation  

Who Should Attend

Attorneys, including in-house and outside counsel, and compliance professionals practicing in the fields of manufacturing and consumer products law will benefit from this program. 

Program Level: Overview  

Prerequisites: Participants should have some familiarity with manufacturer liability standards and consumer product safety laws.

Advanced Preparation: None

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