Sen. Murray ‘Watching Closely’ For US FDA To Implement, Enforce Cosmetics Regulatory Reform
Senate HELP chair Patty Murray says she will ensure FDA implements cosmetics reform correctly and “effectively” uses enforcement tools. EWG exec says previous standards didn’t address “chronic harm caused by a known carcinogen like benzene.”
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The J&J company holding the firm’s liabilities relating to talc litigation, which declared bankruptcy in 2021 shortly after its formation, had its Chapter 11 petition denied by the Third Circuit on 30 January. Attorneys weigh in on the implications for J&J and wider industry.
Compliance Clock Starts Ticking Under Historic Modernization of Cosmetic Regulations Act
Companies have one year to comply with US FDA registration and product listing requirements under the Modernization of Cosmetic Regulations Act of 2022, part of the $1.7tr omnibus spending package signed by President Joe Biden on 29 December. Trade groups applauded the historic milestone and the legislation’s departure from previous proposals, including the elimination of user fees.