This product contains a chemical known to the State to
cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Remember when the warning above was "clear and
reasonable" for purposes of Proposition 65? Soon that
will no longer be true. Following a two-year rulemaking, the
California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA)
has revised its regulations for Proposition 65 Safe Harbor Warnings
and, effective August 30, 2018, your company's Proposition 65
warnings for consumer products will require a statement with some
combination of the elements contained in the following:
product can expose you to chemicals such as [name of one or more
chemical], which is [are] known to the State of California to cause
cancer [birth defects or other reproductive harm] [and birth
defects or other reproductive harm]. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
For more information visit www.oehha.ca.gov. If you have any questions
regarding compliance with the new regulations or any other
Proposition 65 requirement, feel free to contact us.
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The discussion, moderated by the Chicago Bar Foundation (CBF), will feature Allstate GC Susie Lees, Dentons Pro Bono Partner Ben Weinberg, and Allstate/Dentons Criminal Records Fellow Nikki Donnelly from Cabrini Green Legal Aid. The panel, part of the CBF's ongoing Leadership Circle program, will focus on the ongoing Allstate/Dentons Pro Bono clemency project and best practices that can be applied by in-house departments and law firms to address serious needs in the community.
For many years, high net worth Asian families have relied on banking secrecy, trustee confidentiality and the incorporation of companies in secretive offshore jurisdictions to ensure that their assets and profits would not be disclosed to tax authorities, regulators and others.
But in the recent years, secrecy has been under attack by governments, not only in the US and OECD, but also in Asian jurisdictions.
The Panama Papers and other scandals involving well known personalities have captivated the attention of the media in Asia and globally. Banks and consultants have been prosecuted for assisting their clients to hide their wealth, and have been forced to implement complex procedures to promote transparency.
Whether you're a large airline, a regional carrier, a cargo carrier, a charter operator or a corporate/business/fractional owner-operator, the efficient management of available resources when things go wrong is of critical importance.
Not only may you find your options limited by the resources available to you, but in foreign countries or other locations where you have few or none of your own people on the ground, you may have to depend on resources that you aren't familiar with.
During this, our 11th annual Aviation Symposium, we will focus on how to effectively plan for and use to maximum advantage all resources available to mount a response—whether to an emergency requiring the evacuation of a handful of executives or hundreds of passengers, an airplane blown off the runway or a mid-air collision—that is calculated to meet the needs of the situation at hand, but also protect your brand and to position your company to "come out the other side."
The Economic Loss Rule is a doctrine of law that prohibits a product liability claim being brought against a manufacturer for a defective product that only destroys itself, without harm to other property or to a person.
It appears that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) controversial indirect auto initiative may be over. Before the holidays, the CFPB issued a blog post setting forth its fair lending priorities for 2017.
The power and independence of the CFPB, the federal agency created by the Dodd-Frank Act to facilitate reform in the financial services sector, may be threatened as a result of two significant recent events.
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