Since Prop 65 became law in California in 1986, it has gained a reputation nationwide as an unusual state statute that triggers liability for consumer product distributors across the country. With its draconian penalties and unusual warning requirements, the law has been a costly snare for many unwary food and beverage distributors. Recent regulatory changes and judicial rulings have significantly altered the Prop 65 landscape. Our presentation addresses these developments and what companies in the food and beverage space should know about Prop 65 going into 2019.

Alexandra Krasovec, Associate, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, Southern California 
Kent Schmidt, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, Southern California
Mike Droke, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, Seattle 

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