August 6, 2012
GLEN BURNIE, MDFDA consulting firm, FDAImports.com recently opened a second office in Irvine, Calif. to assist companies with California's unique legal environment. Though the state offers a lucrative marketplace for both domestic and international companies, three complex legislative piecesProposition 65, the California Safe Cosmetics Act and Californias Unfair Competition Lawpose significant challenges.
In 1986, California voters passed Prop 65, which forbids businesses from knowingly exposing individuals to chemicals known by the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm, without giving clear and reasonable warning. FDAImports.com assists companies with OEHHA rules and enforcement, regulatory exposure risk-reduction and development of good business practices for food and beverage manufacturers.
The consulting firm provides product claims reviews, substantiation analysis, label reviews, expert witness services and litigation defense under the California Legal Remedies Act and Unfair Competition Law and Safe Cosmetics Act. It will also help companies with all aspects of risk-mitigation, asset protection, and lawsuit avoidance including claims, labeling, contracts, and California business practices.
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