Under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is responsible for evaluating the risk that new and industrial chemicals pose to human health and the environment. Part of this evaluation requires companies to submit certain intellectual property information to the Agency for review, which companies want to make sure stays protected. Post-Lautenberg, it is now central to the EPA’s mission to consider the public’s right to know and to determine what information is shared with consumers and workers about the chemicals that are used in household and commercial products. During this webinar, experts will discuss the EPA’s new rules in this area, the need to embrace EPA’s Centralized Data Exchange (CDX), and how companies can ensure their information, including eligible aspects of health and safety studies, is protected as the Agency continues to share this information in the public domain.Speakers:Martha Marrapese, Partner, Wiley Rein LLPScott Sherlock, Consulting Counsel, Wiley Rein LLP

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