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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