Lauder In-House Counsel: Start Planning For Supply Chain Quality Agreements Under MoCRA
Companies that have struggled to secure quality agreements with suppliers have additional leverage and a new starting point for those discussions, namely the Modernization of Cosmetic Regulations Act. Anand Natarajan, associate counsel at The Estee Lauder Companies, provided his view in a recent FDLI webinar.
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