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WARNING: These Imminent Prop 65 Changes Can Expose You To New Litigation

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Companies have had two years to prepare for new warning requirements under California’s Prop 65, which go live at the end of August. Attorneys say new warning responsibilities in e-commerce settings are among changes most likely to imperil businesses (and enable bounty hunters).


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