HCPA will continue its Advanced Topics in Product Labeling Webinar Series to build on the information that was presented in 2020. If you missed out, click here to purchase the recorded webinar series, so you’re up to speed for Round 2!
This comprehensive, three-part webinar series will address important topics related to product labeling. The webinars will cover pressing legal, regulatory, and marketing issues that companies need to consider as they re-label their products to comply with SB258, the Cleaning Product Right to Know Act.
Thursday, April 15 – 2:00 – 3:00 pm EST
Part 4: Reviewing Product Label and Website Claims
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) is planning future regulatory action to expand the definition of the term product label to include product claims on company-owned websites. CARB has indicated that this future regulatory action will be based on existing FDA and EPA’s FIFRA guidance documents.
This webinar will provide an overview of the FDA and EPA guidance on advertising and marketing claims on websites and social media platforms.
Michael Boucher, Partner, Crowell & Moring
John Fuson, Partner, Crowell & Moring
Thursday, April 22 –11:00 am – 12:00 pm EST
Part 5: Environmental Marketing and Ecolabing
Highlighting the environmental benefits of a product is a way to distinguish it from others in the marketplace. With so many products claiming “green” attributes, it’s difficult for consumers and workers to trust all that they hear. Ecolabels offer a voluntary standardized method of environmental certification that the public can trust. During this webinar, experts will discuss how you can differentiate your products in the market.
Monica Becker, Director, Beauty, Personal & Household Products, Cradle to Cradle Certified
Jospeh Dages, Associate, Steptoe & Johnson LLP
Thursday, April 29 – 1:00 – 2:00 pm EST
Part 6: Creating a Label that Complies with Both SB258 and Prop 65
The California Cleaning Product Right to Know Act (also known as SB 258) required companies that manufacture, sell, and distribute cleaning products to disclose certain ingredients on the label by January 1, 2021. However, intentionally added ingredients that are known to the state of California to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity are not required to be listed on the product label until January 1, 2023. With the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) proposing to amend the labeling requirement for Prop 65, experts will explain how you can avoid modifying the same label multiple times over the next couple of years.
Peg Carew Toledo, Counsel, Arnold & Porter
David Barnes, Associate, Arnold & Porter