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Liability Issues Could Arise Under Personal Care Products Safety Act

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The draft Personal Care Products Safety Act’s safety substantiation requirements – including statements from responsible persons attesting to product safety – are hazily defined and could pose liability risks, in addition to burdens for small companies in particular, EAS consultant John Bailey says. For these reasons and others, the former FDAer is skeptical that industry will support the bill in its current form.

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