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San Francisco Counsel Merrit Jones and Associate Tom Lee will present a webinar on Prop. 65 food litigation. The Feb. 11 program will examine enforcement trends, defense strategies and how to reduce the risk of an enforcement action.

Jones is a member of the Food & Agribusiness, Product Liability, Retail and Commercial Litigation Client Service Groups and has extensive experience representing manufacturers, distributors and retailers in a broad range of Proposition 65 matters, from food and beverage products, to apparel, accessories and furniture. She has represented retailers, distributors and manufacturers in Proposition 65 matters involving a broad range of consumer products, from furniture and home decor, to food and beverage products, to fashion apparel and accessories. Jones regularly advises clients regarding compliance with Proposition 65’s labeling and product formulation requirements in order to anticipate and avoid enforcement actions, and works to efficiently resolve actions in a cost-effective manner, with minimum disruption of business operations and maximum protection from future liability.

Lee is a member of the Environmental and Commercial Litigation Client Service Groups and has extensive experience counseling retail and manufacturing clients on their compliance with California’s Proposition 65 and defending enforcement actions brought against them. He regularly advises clients on enforcement trends, changes in regulations and changes in safe harbor levels, all of which are essential to ensure compliance and avoid enforcement actions. As part of those efforts, Lee has conducted compliance audits and provided compliance training to update clients’ testing protocols and warning labels. In addition, he has defended numerous retailers and manufacturers in private enforcement actions alleging violations of Proposition 65.

Click here for more information or to register for the webinar “Prop. 65 Food Litigation: Enforcement Trends, Defense Strategies, and How to Reduce the Risk of Being Sued.”