Consumer Product Safety Commission

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Avoid injury from you child’s backpack

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has reported that approximately 28,000 individuals in the United States were treated for backpack related injuries last year alone. Unfortunately, 3,203 of those individuals were...more

Liquid Nicotine—New Warnings and Packaging?

FDA publishes an advance notice of proposed rulemaking for products containing liquid nicotine. On July 1, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) to obtain...more

Toy Safety Regulation Should Be Left To The Federal Government

On June 2, 2015, the Suffolk County Legislature became the latest county legislature in New York to pass a “toxic-free toys” act. About a week later, the New York City Council got in on the action and introduced a similar...more

Summertime Safety: Rollercoasters, Bounce Houses and Other Dangers

Amusement parks are supposed to be amusing – filled with family fun and a great place for older teens to meet up with friends without hovering parents. Unfortunately, they are not always what they are supposed to be, and...more

Bloomberg Product Safety Article Misses the Mark; U.S. Product Safety Economy Safer Than Ever

On April 7, Renee Dudley of Bloomberg News authored an article entitled “The Cheap Toys You Buy Your Kid Are Rarely Inspected.” The article has been republished by major news publications and gained some nationwide...more

CPSC Civil Penalty Trend Continues

At the end of last year, we reported that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issued $12.2 million in civil penalties in 2014, more than double the amount issued in 2013. The number of companies fined increased as...more

Foreign Manufacturers Fingered by Bill That Aimed To Ensure Safety of Imported Products

Dangerous drugs, defective drywall, toxic toys – the pile of problematic products imported from foreign manufacturers threatens the safety of the youngest to the oldest Americans. The reason consumers end up with tangibles in...more

Made in the USA! Reshoring Children’s Products

For all expecting and new parents, you probably have learned how quickly buying your child’s products adds up! So why would you be willing to pay more for an American-made product when you could purchase a similar product or...more

Food Litigation Newsletter - July 22, 2013

In This Issue: - Recent Significant Developments and Rulings ..Court Grants Preliminary Approval of Settlement in ConAgra’s “All Natural” Potato Class Action ..“All Natural” Case Involving GMOs Stayed to...more

Dangerous Attraction: High Powered Magnets & Children

More than a decade ago, manufacturers began marketing a different kind of toy magnet....more

European Commission Plans to Change Consumer Product Safety Rules

The European Commission plans to introduce new rules to improve the safety regime applicable to non-food consumer products distributed in the EU. The Commission has put forward a new package of measures to provide more...more

States Consider Legislative Proposals Regulating Toxic Chemicals in Consumer Products

There is high and growing concern among the general public regarding adverse health effects from exposures to toxic chemicals in consumer products, especially from exposures to children. These concerns initially came to a...more

Q&A With Carlton Fields' Gregory Cesarano

At Carlton Fields, Greg Cesarano focuses his practice on defense of corporations and manufacturers in products liability and commercial claims. He also leads Carlton Fields’ products and toxic tort liability practice group,...more

EU Customs Practice Group - January/February 2013

In This Issue: *EU CUSTOMS POLICY: - MCC recast/UCC - Commission Communication on Customs Risk Management Security of the Supply Chain *TARIFFS: - Update on duty suspensions/tariff quotas - GSP...more

New Consumer Product Safety Rules for Testing and Certification of Children's Products

On February 8, 2013, new requirements pertaining to product testing and certification for children’s products go into effect. These rules include, among other things, the following requirements...more

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