U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Proposes Changes to Information Disclosure Rules

The CPSC intends to streamline and modernize Section 6(b) of the Consumer Product Safety Act, an important provision protecting manufacturers from disclosure of inaccurate information about its products. While a laudable goal, this effort may have implications for manufacturers. In this article, Tim Mullin summarizes the proposed changes and discusses their potential effects.

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