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The 2016 PPAI Product Responsibility Summit’s schedule brings industry professionals together for presentations from regulatory and compliance experts, representatives from safety labs and industry thought leaders, and lets them explore their own path through a series of breakout sessions throughout the three-day event, September 18-20 in National Harbor, Maryland. Read More »
Harris Wolin, a patent attorney specializing in intellectual property law and a partner at the Myers Wolin law firm, will join the PPAI Product Responsibility Summit in September to discuss patent infringement and intellectual property issues from a customs, legal and practical perspective. Read More »
John “Gib” Mullan, chief counsel to CPSC Commissioner Ann Marie Buerkle, is joining the 2016 PPAI Product Responsibility Summit to lead a panel discussion on how voluntary standards impact safety and considerations when selecting products that may not have established voluntary standards. Read More »
Ryan Cudney, a senior vice president at Edelman’s Corporate Reputation and Risk Management practice, will be joining a panel discussion at the PPAI Product Responsibility Summit this September. Cudney will join Cheryl Falvey, co-chair of Crowell & Moring’s Advertising & Product Risk Management Group, and Carol Cave, deputy director of the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s (CPSC) Office of Compliance and Field Operations, in a discussion on crisis management from regulatory, legal and public perception perspectives. Read More »
PPAI’s updated sourcing and compliance manual, designed to help industry professionals boost their product responsibility efforts, will be complimentary for attendees of the 2016 PPAI Product Responsibility Summit September 18-20 in Washington, D.C. This manual serves as a guide for getting an efficient compliance program up and running. Read More »
Carol Cave, deputy director of the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s (CPSC) Office of Compliance and Field Operations, will be joining the PPAI Product Responsibility Summit’s speaker lineup this September. Cave will host an interactive simulation of a national product safety recall with summit attendees, giving them an up-close look at crisis management from regulatory, legal and public perception perspectives.
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Let’s talk about chemicals in your company’s products. Like all consumer products, promotional products are subject to two different but interwoven forces. On the one hand, both federal and state laws and regulations limit the quantities of certain chemicals and heavy metals permitted in your products. On the other hand, your company faces an increasingly significant phenomenon that can be called “retail regulation,” meaning that retailers react to what people think, whether this thinking is accurate or not. Read More »
Neal Cohen, Former CPSC Small Business Ombudsman, To Speak At The 2016 PPAI Product Responsibility Summit
Neal Cohen, a product safety attorney and former small business ombudsman for the Consumer Product Safety Commission, is joining the PPAI Product Responsibility Summit this September. Cohen, who has spoken at Summit and the PPAI Expo, will share advice for small businesses on remaining on the right side of compliance. Read More »
Cheryl Falvey is joining the PPAI Product Responsibility Summit’s distinguished speaker lineup this September to share her insights on managing a recall crisis. A two-time Summit speaker, Falvey is co-chair of Crowell & Moring’s Advertising & Product Risk Management Group, a member of the firm’s management board and the former general counsel of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). Read More »
Product responsibility guidelines are always changing and the industry must be able to quickly adapt to an evolving marketplace. The 2016 PPAI Product Responsibility Summit, to be held September 18-20 in National Harbor, Maryland, brings together the experts and expertise to highlight the importance of product responsibility in today’s economy and how it can differentiate businesses from their competition and keep them on the right side of the law. Read More »