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Discussion on latest developments in apparel in New York

24
Mar '12
The latest regulatory developments for the apparel and accessories industry will be discussed on Wednesday, March 28, in "The Final Pieces Are in Place for U.S. Safety Regulations," a live seminar for brand manufacturers and retailers that will be held in New York. The free program is sponsored by SGS Consumer Testing Services and Greenberg Traurig, LLP.

The presentation will take place from 1-5 pm with a 5-6 pm reception at Greenberg Traurig's offices on the 15th floor of the MetLife Building, 200 Park Avenue. The agenda will cover Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) regulations, state laws and other developments that industry members need to understand in order to avoid costly recalls and protect their brands from adverse publicity.

Session topics will include:
• CPSC requirements for reasonable testing programs, product certifications, and both component part and third-party testing
• California Prop 65, California Green Chemistry and Washington State requirements
• Enforcement cooperation between customs and CPSC

SGS Consumer Testing Services, a division of the SGS Group, is the world's leading verification, testing and certification company.

Greenberg Traurig, LLP is an international, full-service law firm with approximately 1800 attorneys serving clients from 34 offices in the United States, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

SGS Consumer Testing Services


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