Thursday, December 12, 2013
ALI CLE Webinar #4: Product Marketing
03:00 PM - 04:30 PM
The American Law Institute CLE Group (ALI CLE) and the Environmental Law Institute (ELI) proudly present the four-part webcast series. The fourth webinar in the series will examine product marketing laws and policies, including green claims, administered by EPA, FTC, and states under consumer protection laws, such as FIFRA.
This four-part webinar series will enhance your understanding of the complex range of legal, regulatory, product stewardship, standard setting, and private retailer initiatives influencing the marketing, distribution, and sale of products with significant chemical components. Participants will also develop a greater understanding of chemical regulation in the U.S. and abroad and future policy and directional changes.
Our series starts with a discussion of the legal background of the United States regulatory structure, both federal and state, and of California’s green chemistry initiative and the Safer Consumer Product Regulations, effective October 1, 2013. We will then focus on the growing range and complexity of voluntary standards and "soft regulations" and their implications for products, chemicals, processes, and related operations in our second installment of the series. Next, the series will explore how, on a global scale, the laws regulating marketplace entry are evolving and key issues including mutual acceptance of data, trade barriers, and data access. Finally, in our fourth series installment, we examine product marketing laws and policies, including those addressing green claims administered by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and state consumer protection laws.
To register for any one session or the entire 4-part series, please visit HERE. Please note that ELI members are eligible to receive a 25% discount on the individual registration fees for this event. Contact email@example.com to obtain the coupon code necessary when you register.
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