The Retailer Perspective: Increasing State Pressures for Cosmetic Companies

PCPC Legal & Regulatory Conference

05/02/2019 10:45 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.

Environmental Permitting + Regulation, Environmental Litigation, Consumer Brands, Consumer Litigation, Consumer Products, Retail, and Product Liability and Counseling

The St. Anthony, a Luxury Collection Hotel
300 E Travis Street
San Antonio, TX 78205

Michael Jacob Steel

Michael Jacob Steel

Speaking Engagement

Retailers play a critical role in the development and continued success of our industry, and many cosmetic and personal care product companies operate not just as suppliers, but as retailers either through company boutiques or online sales. Reverse logistics and product recalls can be especially challenging, as many products are regulated as hazardous or medical waste when they become unsellable. This panel will discuss differing approaches to working with local enforcement agencies and state prosecutors who scrutinize such practices, and the key information and support that retailers need from their suppliers in order to comply with applicable laws.

Join MoFo partner Michael Steel on the panel “The Retailer Perspective: Increasing State Pressures for Cosmetic Companies” during the PCPC Legal & Regulatory Conference on Thursday May 2, 2019.

Other panelists include:

  • Juliann Buron – Costco
  • Taryn Looney – Chanel
  • Sheri Caldwell – Sally Beauty

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