Event Info

February 25th at 2:00 pm EST
Part 1: Sustainable Marketing Claims: What to Say and How to Say It

As companies grapple with how to convey information on ingredients and their uses to consumers, they enter a potential legal minefield of marketing claims. In Part 1 of the webinar series, JC Walker (Partner, Keller and Heckman LLP) will review the legal history of marketing claims and offer advice about how to best avoid legal problems with how you market your products.

  • JC Walker, Partner, Keller and Heckman LLP

March 25th (This webinar has been rescheduled. A new time will be emailed to all those who have already registered.)
Part 2: SB 258 and Prop 65: An Emerging Conflict?

Part 2 of the series will examine the interaction between SB 258 and Prop 65 interact when it comes to labeling of products.  These two laws each have specific requirements when it comes to labeling, possibly creating pitfalls for the regulation and marketing of consumer products. Before companies settle on their California labels for next January, Peg Carew Toledo (Counsel, Arnold & Porter LLP) will describe potential conflicts between SB 258 and Prop 65, review recent legal developments, and identify emerging issues for companies to consider before January 2021.

  • Peg Carew Toledo, Counsel, Arnold & Porter

May 21st at 2:00 pm EST
Part 3: Creating a New Label: Compliance, Marketing or Both?

In Part 3 of the webinar series, attendees will hear from a practitioner of label design and compliance on some of the tricks of the trade and how best to visually comply with new label requirement from SB 258. Information can be portrayed in any number of ways, and consumers respond better to some ways better than others. Sign up to hear from an expert on what a label could and should look like.

  • Joe McCarthy, Lab Services Manager/Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist, Dell Tech Laboratories

Please note, if you can’t make one of the days for the webinar, you can register for the event and a recording will be sent to all attendees at the conclusion of each webinar.

If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact Cassy LaRussa clarussa@thehcpa.org

Who Should Attend?
Legislative/Public Affairs
Quality Assurance
Regulatory Affairs
Research & Development
Risk Management

Registration Fees
$99.00 – Members (single)
$250.00 – Members (full)
$149.00 – Non-members (single)
$400.00 – Non-members (full)

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