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TiO2 Prop 65 Dismissal Offers Lessons, Renews Hope For Industry

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

A win for industry in California Prop 65 litigation targeting titanium dioxide-containing cosmetics illustrates the importance of getting involved early in the listing process and challenging the factual basis for exposure claims. Morrison & Foerster attorney Michael Steel discusses the case and its takeaways.

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