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April 21, 2009

Attorneys Highlight Problems Created by the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act

A National Law Journal article by Marcia Coyle focuses on the continuing debate over the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, focusing this time on the difficulties attorneys have in advising their business clients about the impact of the Act.  Ken Ross of this blog is quoted in the article.  He points out the lack of agreement of some members of Congress over how the Act is being interpreted by the Consumer Product Safety Commission and the difficulty of advising clients in light of that confusion.

MKS

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