Amin Talati Wasserman, LLP helps cosmetic companies stay looking good in the eyes of the law! – Cosmetics & The Law provides cosmetic industry professionals with valuable tips, thoughts, and problem-solving ideas on the business and law of cosmetics with an emphasis on the legal issues facing the industry. Our goal is to help industry professionals help their companies, big and small, to prevent or minimize legal risks and to stay apprised of the legal issues affecting the cosmetic industry.
Join me & others for a webinar on Anti-Aging Hair Care, put on by The CosmeticsDesign.com forum
In this unique discussion, CosmeticDesign.com forum’s expert panel will explore how skin care trends are shaping up the future of hair care to bring more advanced anti-aging treatments. The panel will dissect these trends, examine growth opportunities and discuss the scientific challenges of formulating anti-aging hair care products that remain efficacious while producing beautiful looking hair.
Angela Diesch, former Managing Partner of Diesch Law Group APC, and now a Partner with Amin Talati Wasserman, LLP, represents cosmetics companies, in broad-based commercial, products liability and class action litigation. She provides regulatory advice and counsel to ensure compliance with the regulations enforced by the Food and Drug Administration, the Federal Trade Commission and other regulatory as well as California state law. Angela also prepares a wide range of business documents for industry members, including manufacturing, supply and distribution agreements.
Angela’s unique focus on cosmetics, particularly in the natural and organic realm, includes extensive experience assisting with product packaging and labeling issues, certification and resolution of disputes regarding compliance with the National Organic Program (NOP) and California Organic Products Act (COPA), as well as defending companies from both governmental agencies and private litigants, including class action litigation, in matters involving breach of contract, unfair competition, false advertising, the Consumer Legal Remedies Act, and Lanham Act violations.
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