Child product regulation is a test case for all manufacturers
Partner Karen Sullivan and senior associate Stephanie Rothberg contribute their analysis to Daily Journal on the new regulation passed by the California Department of Toxic Substances Control that designates children’s sleeping products that contain TDCPP (flame retardant trisphosphate) or TCEP (tris phosphine) as Priority Products under the Green Chemistry Law. The article, published September 19, 2017, goes into the reasons behind passing this regulation and its potential impacts.
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