Join us for a day and a half legal seminar devoted to the cosmetics industry on April 17-18, 2015 in San Francisco, California. Distinguished lawyers and regulatory experts representing the cosmetics and personal care industries will share their knowledge, experience and insight on the latest legal and regulatory developments impacting the cosmetics industry. This seminar will help you comply with the laws and regulations affecting cosmetics companies doing business or selling products in the US, Canada and Europe. Learn how to avoid common labeling and marketing errors, including the scope of claims that may be made and avoiding unintentional drug claims that can cause your product to be a misbranded illegal drug. The significance of recent congressional, legislative and regulatory activity will be evaluated and applied to the cosmetics industry. Also, trending marketing claims, e.g., “organic,” “natural” and “made in the USA,” will be examined. This comprehensive seminar will provide practical advice and strategies to ensure your company’s cosmetics labeling, marketing and advertising minimize the risk of a consumer fraud class action lawsuit and keep your company “looking good in the eyes of the law.” Download the full brochure with all of the details. Follow this link to register. Seating is limited so register today and save.
Published by Angela Diesch
Angela Diesch, Managing Partner of Diesch Law Group APC, 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. View all posts by Angela Diesch