(Virtually) Live from San Francisco, Kelley Green Law Blog is reporting today from the Prop 65 Clearinghouse 2020 Conference …. the largest annual assemblage dedicated to the legal niche that is California’s “Proposition 65.” The Conference is always a unique
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Today, EPA announced that it has issued the first ever emergency use exemption for a “long-lasting” anti-viral coating.  The exemption was granted upon request by the state of Texas to permit use of the coating at American Airlines airport facilities
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California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has proposed regulations to limit the rash of Proposition 65 actions alleging failure to provide a warning for exposure to acrylamide in food items as a result of cooking or heat processing. 
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Since the start of the pandemic, we have been receiving a lot of questions regarding products claiming to kill or otherwise inhibit viruses, bacteria and other germs. Following on from their recent webinar on this same topic (available here www.adlawaccess.com/2020/07/article…killing-claims/
Continue Reading Kelley Drye Legal Download – Cleaning Up: Answers To Common Questions About Disinfectant, Germ, and Virus-Killing Claims

Join us next Wednesday, July 29 for a webinar covering the basics of germ killing and related product claims.
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COVID-19 has brought a proliferation of products claiming to kill or otherwise inhibit viruses, bacteria and other germs. These
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Amid the flurry of products making coronavirus-related claims, some without legal approval or scientific support, one class of products raises unique questions:  so-called “pesticide devices,” like ozone generators and ultraviolet (UV) lights, which are instruments that claim to control
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Originally posted on Ad Law Access By on May 29, 2020

Earlier this week, federal regulators continued their efforts to combat the spread of products featuring allegedly false and misleading claims that products can diagnose, treat, cure, or


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Yesterday, EPA issued another in a series of recent advisories aiming to clarify for consumers and companies what they need to know about disinfectant products claiming to kill the coronavirus.  EPA is actively investigating the numerous tips and complaints
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is focusing substantial enforcement attention on the internet sale of pesticide products marketed with anti-viral claims, particularly those with claims related to coronavirus and COVID-19.  EPA is scrutinizing on-line listings of pesticide products to
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