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Complying with 'Made in USA' Labeling Standards

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Category made in usa clothing, made in usa label, made in usa products, california made in usa, Origin, USA, False Advertising, Made in USA’ Labeling, labeling requirements, California standard, risk mitigating internal controls, requirements, Lean Manufacturing

Deadline: December 06, 2017 | Date: December 07, 2017

Venue/Country: Online, U.S.A

Updated: 2017-11-14 21:53:39 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

Marketers and manufacturers that promote their products as Made in USA must meet 'all or virtually all' standard under Federal Trade Commission requirements or face stiff penalties. 'Made in the USA' is an attractive claim, not only for consumers, manufacturers and marketers, but for regulators, attorneys and plaintiffs as well. This audio conference presentation offers an overview of the FTC's 'Made in the USA' labeling requirements and enforcement policies.

The speaker also walks attendees through some recent actions to evaluate effective techniques for responding to a regulatory inquiry. In addition, the presentation addresses California's changes to its 'Made in the USA' standard and related issues involved in adequately substantiating an origin claim.

Objectives of the Presentation:

FTC standards for 'Made in the USA' claims

Details of recent changes to the California standard

How to evaluate whether your company's 'Made in the USA' claim would pass muster

What to do if you receive a regulatory inquiry regarding 'Made in the USA' marketing

Related considerations such as customs and other origin claims

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Note: Use Promo Code HYED6Z and get 10% off on registration (Valid till DECEMBER 31st 2017)

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