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January 7, 2009

Product Liability Prevention (PLP) in Tough Economic Times

Company personnel involved in safety and quality are usually the first to be laid off in tough economic times.  In the late 70's, when I was a young in-house lawyer, my company laid off all PLP staff except for the manager.  Today, I am seeing many safety professionals out of work.  And those companies are going to suffer for it.  I just finished a new article on how companies can staff for PLP, how to use lawyers for such efforts, and how to do effective PLP in these economic times. 

Kenneth Ross

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