Proposition 65 was an initiative approved by California voters in 1986, that addressed their growing concerns on exposing themselves to toxic chemicals. Proposition 65, formally known as Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, needs a state to publish a list having names of chemicals that are known to cause cancer or other defects, to be updated once a year.
Now included in Proposition 65, are all the industries which are operating in California. There will be more litigations added in the proposition in 2016, and if you take steps right now, you may be able to avoid lawsuits that will help you save thousands later. Know what you are up against in this year and next.
In this webinar, experts Justin Prochnow, Greg Sperla and Anthony Cortez are going to talk about what you need to do to stay compliant, and how to avoid the traps of California's Prop. 65.
Who Should Attend
C-Suite Executives, In-House and Outside Counsel, Marketing and Advertising Personnel and Regulatory and Compliance Personnel.
Justin J. Prochnow
Justin J. Prochnow focuses his practice on regulatory and business issues primarily in the food, beverage, dietary supplement, and cosmetic industries. Justin works with clients to ensure regulatory compliance with statutes and regulations enforced by the Food and Drug Administration, the Federal Trade Commission and o... More info
Greg Sperla represents businesses and trade associations with regulatory compliance, litigation, and government affairs. He regularly represents national consumer product companies on California and federal compliance issues, including product safety, product registration, labeling, claims/marketing, and licensing, amo... More info
Anthony J. Cortez
Anthony J. Cortez is a regulatory attorney and business litigator with a focus on the representation of national consumer product companies and other businesses in compliance, commercial litigation, and government enforcement matters. Throughout California and nationally, Anthony advises and defends clients in legal, r... More info