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Product Responsibility Summit

The PPAI Product Responsibility Summit (PRS) event recordings focus on the most pressing product safety issues, as well as business implications, challenges and opportunities associated with the various aspects of compliance.

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  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: Agency Alphabet Soup

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    This session will explain the various regulatory bodies that have some level of oversight on our businesses and identify what they do and how they interact with our industry. We will use the ever-popular PPE category to illustrate the challenges of multiple regulatory jurisdictions. Presented by Cheryl Falvey, Lesley Fair, Dan Solis, and Diane Isbell This session qualifies as a Product Safety Awareness elective session.

    This session will explain the various regulatory bodies that have some level of oversight on our businesses and identify what they do and how they interact with our industry. We will use the ever-popular PPE category to illustrate the challenges of multiple regulatory jurisdictions. Presented by Cheryl Falvey, Crowell and Moring; Speakers: Lesley Fair, FTC; Dan Solis, FDA; Diane Isbell, EPA.  This session qualifies as a Product Safety Awareness elective session.

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    1. Register and watch the session. Please note it will open in a new window. Please do not close the session launch page.

    2. Please make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off in order to access the session once you select it.

    3. Once you have completed the session, please close the event recording or webinar window and proceed to the session launch page for the Online Education Survey to receive credit. Please note, it will not be on your event recording or webinar window.

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: FDA Audit Activity and cGMP Best Practices

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    This session will address best practices when importing, distributing and labeling products regulated by the FDA. It will address the do’s and don’ts related to supply chain compliance, registrations and facility obligations, as well as vetting the supply chain and executing audits of both foreign and domestic facilities. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​

    This session will address best practices when importing, distributing and labeling products regulated by the FDA. It will address the do’s and don’ts related to supply chain compliance, registrations and facility obligations, as well as vetting the supply chain and executing audits of both foreign and domestic facilities. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.

    Kyle Hach (Moderator)

    COO, Raining Rose

    Kyle Hach is the Chief Operations Officer at Raining Rose Inc., where he oversees Production, Packaging,
    Quality, Supply Chain, Logistics, and Continuous Improvement.
    Throughout his 13+ year career at Raining Rose, Inc., he has worked externally with OEM’s, regulatory
    agencies, and customers during product development and production startup. Internally, he works
    closely with his operations team, including growing the team from one shift to 24/7 production over
    four years. Kyle specializes in the production and compliance of Cosmetics, Organics, and OTC’s.
    Kyle resides in Mount Vernon, Iowa, with his wife Megan and their three kids. He stays active by
    coaching several different sports that his kids are involved in and managing their growing acreage of
    farm animals, gardens, and pumpkin patches.

    Joshua Grauso

    Sr Manager, Food Safety & Quality System Audits at UL

    As a senior member of the UL leadership team, Joshua works with retail chains, brands, grocery and manufacturing organizations to develop, implement and oversee professional 3rd party store, facility and/or supplier assessment programs related to industry standards for quality, food safety and cGMP compliance.  In his current role, Joshua has overall accountability for the leadership of the client, technical and field services for the Retail Food Safety and Supply Chain Quality Audit & Certification Body programs.  Joshua is a certified auditor, practitioner, approved training provider and has performed audits for majore retailers and industry recognized certification schemes including cGMP, ISO9001, OHSAS 18001, ANSI Z-10, SQF, and BRC Global Standards.  Joshua participates on industry technical committees and work groups drafting national and international standards as a UL Consumer technical representative.

    Angela Bazigos

    CEO, Touchstone Technologies

    Angela Bazigos is the CEO of Touchstone Technologies Inc. She has degrees in microbiology and computing and 40 years of experience with drugs, biologics, medical devices, cosmetics, healthcare and food.  She has broad experience in the areas of quality assurance, regulatory affairs, audits, imports and exports. She frequently collaborates with the FDA on new guidance documents. Angela serves as an adjunct professor at UC Berkeley and is the vice president of Pacific Regional Chapter of Society of Quality Assurance. 

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    1. Register and watch the session. Please note it will open in a new window. Please do not close the session launch page.

    2. Please make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off in order to access the session once you select it.

    3. Once you have completed the session, please close the event recording or webinar window and proceed to the session launch page for the Online Education Survey to receive credit. Please note, it will not be on your event recording or webinar window.

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: Best Practices In Vetting The Supply Chain In A Flash

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    The first half of 2020 prompted this industry to shift focus, change production methods and focus on new product categories while maintaining product responsibility integrity. This session with Nathan Cotter, Cheron Coleman, Kyle Earing, and Pierre Montaubin will identify lessons learned including how to identify minimum requirements for new factory or supplier relationships, minimum product testing and social responsibility requirements. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​

    The first half of 2020 prompted this industry to shift focus, change production methods and focus on new product categories while maintaining product responsibility integrity. This session with Nathan Cotter, Cheron Coleman, Kyle Earing, and Pierre Montaubin will identify lessons learned including how to identify minimum requirements for new factory or supplier relationships, minimum product testing and social responsibility requirements. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.

    Nathan Cotter

    Vice President of Compliance, Hit Promotional Products, Inc.

    Nathan Cotter is the vice president of compliance at Hit Promotional Products, Inc., ranked among the top 5 promotional product suppliers in the nation.  The compliance team at Hit is comprised of 5 full-time members responsible for product safety, regulatory compliance, and social responsibility throughout a diverse supply chain.  Nathan holds a BA from Monmouth College, is a member of PPAI’s Product Responsibility Action Group and also serves on the QCA Compliance Committee.  

    Cheron Coleman

    Vice President Product Development & Global Supply

    Cheron Coleman is Vice President Product Development & Global Supply at alphabroder, one of the nation’s largest suppliers of soft-goods and hard-goods and the industry’s first true “One-Stop-Shop” for promotional products. At alphabroder she leads the soft-goods team responsible for global sourcing, corporate compliance, production management, quality, and international logistics for alphabroders’ Private Brand enterprise. With more than 15 years in the Promotional Products Industry, Cheron is known for her passion and commitment to developing global procurement strategies, driving revenue, relationship building, corporate social responsibility, and international logistics. She holds a BS from the University of Pittsburgh.

    Kyle Earing

    Director of Quality and Operations, Blink Marketing, Inc.

    Kyle Earing is the director of quality and operations at Blink Marketing, Inc. in Franklin, Tennessee. In his role, Kyle works to enhance the quality program at Blink Marketing and establish key partnerships within the supply chain to ensure quality, conformance and performance for their client’s products.    Kyle has over a decade of experience working within the quality and the promotional products arena. Kyle is a certified FSSC 22000 lead auditor. Under Kyle’s leadership, Blink Marketing achieved a significant accomplishment by recently becoming Mar’s Global’s highest rated premium and promotional products supplier.  

    Pierre Montaubin

    Vice President Product Management and Sourcing

    Pierre Montaubin, vice president product management and sourcing with BIC Graphic North America, is an 11-year veteran of the promotional products industry. In his current position, Pierre oversees a team focused on high-impact strategic innovations, quality and vendor partnerships. He is also responsible for continuous improvement efforts in-line with BIC Graphic’s commitment to superior compliance, safety and responsible sourcing. Pierre earned his B.A. in math and physics and a masters in management from the Business School of Reims, France. He started his career with roles in sales, finance and project management with Champagne Pommery, Unilog and Neuf Telecom before joining BIC in 2004 in France. In 2009, Pierre relocated to Hong Kong to take the position of sourcing director for BIC Graphic Asia. After acting as the general manager for BIC Graphic Asia-Pacific from 2014 to 2017, he moved to the U.S. to lead global support services before taking on his current role. In his spare time Pierre likes to discover different parts of the US with his family now that they live in Florida. He is also an avid wine and food aficionado always ready to discover new eating venues or wines from around the world.

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    1. Register and watch the session. Please note it will open in a new window. Please do not close the session launch page.

    2. Please make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off in order to access the session once you select it.

    3. Once you have completed the session, please close the event recording or webinar window and proceed to the session launch page for the Online Education Survey to receive credit. Please note, it will not be on your event recording or webinar window.

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: Association Update

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    Join PPAI President and CEO, Paul Bellantone, CAE and Suzanne Worwood as they discuss the state of the promotional products industry.

    Join PPAI President and CEO, Paul Bellantone, CAE and Suzanne Worwood as they discuss the state of the promotional products industry.

    Paul Bellantone, CAE

    President and Chief Executive Officer of the Promotional Products Association International

    Paul Bellantone, CAE, is president and CEO of the Promotional Products Association International (PPAI), the not-for-profit association for more than 16,000 member companies in the $24.7 billion-dollar promotional products industry. Bellantone is responsible for executing the strategies and vision of the PPAI Board of Directors and advocating for the industry and its professional practitioners. His focus on delivering compelling member value and business-building products and services, combined with his commitment to active and meaningful member communication, has helped PPAI achieve marked growth. Bellantone holds a bachelor's degree from Rutgers University and a master’s in business administration from the School of Management at Texas Woman's University. He is a Certified Association Executive and is an active member of the American Society of Association Executives, the Dallas Fort Worth Association Executives, the American Marketing Association, the Dallas/Fort Worth AMA and a board trustee for The Forum: Business Results Through People.

    Suzanne Worwood

    Senior Vice President of Merchandising & Supply Chain

    Suzanne is the Senior Vice President of Merchandising & Supply Chain at 4imprint. Suzanne and teams are involved in all aspects of the products they sell from deciding which should be included in key marketing materials, configuring the product data, developing supplier relationships all the way through to collaborating with supplier partners on product development initiatives and factory auditing programs. Suzanne has been with 4imprint most of her career starting in London and then later moving stateside.

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    1. Register and watch the session. Please note it will open in a new window. Please do not close the session launch page.

    2. Please make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off in order to access the session once you select it.

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  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: Corporate Social Responsibility

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    This session will address corporate social responsibility with Emily Gigot and Denise Taschereau will explain what it means to your business and your clients. Increasing, there is an expectation from brands that you have addressed CSR within your company, your community and your supply chain. This session will address the different categories of CSR and identity steps you can begin to implement now. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​

    This session will address corporate social responsibility with Emily Gigot and Denise Taschereau will explain what it means to your business and your clients. Increasing, there is an expectation from brands that you have addressed CSR within your company, your community and your supply chain. This session will address the different categories of CSR and identity steps you can begin to implement now. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.

    Denise Taschereau

    CEO

    Denise is chief executive officer and co-founder of Fairware. Denise got the idea to launch Fairware when she noticed how difficult it was to source promotional merchandise that reflected the social and environmental priorities of many of the brands and organizations she admired. Prior to starting Fairware, Denise spent seven years as the director of sustainability and community for Mountain Equipment Co-op, Canada’s largest outdoor retailer. Fairware is a member of Reciprocity Road, a buying group of nine leading distributors with $200+ million in projected gross revenue and a shared commitment to community impact. She is currently a board member of Promo Cares and 3 Point Housing Society, a Vancouver based social housing agency.

    Emily Gigot

    Social Responsibility Specialist

    As a Social Responsibility Specialist, Emily works to ensure that all SanMar products are produced in compliance with the highest social and environmental standards. She believes that business done well has the power to do good, and joined SanMar in 2016 to see that vision through. Her mission is to improve worker well-being and minimize environmental impacts in the apparel supply chain. With diverse experience spanning apparel, international community development and sustainability, she’s a Pacific Northwesterner who’s as at home in the rain as she is in the streets of Bangkok. She holds an MBA in Sustainable Business from Pinchot and a BA in Diplomacy and World Affairs from Occidental College.


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    1. Register and watch the session. Please note it will open in a new window. Please do not close the session launch page.

    2. Please make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off in order to access the session once you select it.

    3. Once you have completed the session, please close the event recording or webinar window and proceed to the session launch page for the Online Education Survey to receive credit. Please note, it will not be on your event recording or webinar window.

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: Human Rights And Forced Labor In The Supply Chain

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    Can you say for certain that there is no forced labor in your supply chain? Nury Turkel, Commission with the US Commission on International Religious Freedom and Sharon Waxman, the CEO of FLA, will discuss this question as well as the practical implications of cotton imported from the Xinjiang region of China. What happens internally in China could cause an impact beyond China’s borders and it is critical that you are aware of risks in your supply chain. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​

    Can you say for certain that there is no forced labor in your supply chain? Nury Turkel, Commission with the US Commission on International Religious Freedom and Sharon Waxman, the CEO of FLA, will discuss this question as well as the practical implications of cotton imported from the Xinjiang region of China. What happens internally in China could cause an impact beyond China’s borders and it is critical that you are aware of risks in your supply chain. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.

    Nury Turkel

    US Commissioner

    Nury Turkel is a lawyer and Uyghur rights advocate. He has served as the president of the Uyghur American Association, where he led efforts to raise the profile of the Uyghur people in the United States, including organizing and leading the campaign to obtain the release of a Uyghur prisoner of conscience, Ms. Rebiya Kadeer, in March 2005. In addition, Turkel was co-founder, the first Executive Director, and Board Chair of the Uyghur Human Rights Project (UHRP).

    Sharon Waxman

    CEO

    Sharon is an expert in corporate social responsibility and labor rights with a background in international development and humanitarian response. As CEO at the Fair Labor Association, Sharon leads a team of global experts working to create sustainable solutions to prevent and remediate labor rights violations in the apparel and agriculture sectors through the combined efforts of leading multinational corporations, public and private universities, and civil society organizations. Before the FLA, Sharon led the global policy and advocacy team at the International Rescue Committee with responsibility for developing and promoting the organization and its public policy positions. Sharon spent more than two decades in public administration, serving as deputy to the Undersecretary for Civilian Service, Democracy and Human Rights at the U.S. Department of State and as a senior national security adviser in the U.S. Senate. As a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Sharon is a leading voice on foreign policy matters. She is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University - School of Advanced International Studies and the University of California, Berkeley.

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    3. Once you have completed the session, please close the event recording or webinar window and proceed to the session launch page for the Online Education Survey to receive credit. Please note, it will not be on your event recording or webinar window.

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: Recall Preparedness—What Do You Need To Know About FDA Recalls?

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    Recall preparedness is a must, but with the recent pivot to PPE, it is essential that member companies are up to speed on not only CPSC recalls, but also FDA recalls. The session with Neal Cohen, Kathleen Sanzo, and Lieutenant Commander Pamela Ogonowski will identify best practices and tactics to ensure you are prepared in the case you are required to execute a recall. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.

    Recall preparedness is a must, but with the recent pivot to PPE, it is essential that member companies are up to speed on not only CPSC recalls, but also FDA recalls. The session with Neal Cohen, Kathleen Sanzo, and Lieutenant Commander Pamela Ogonowski will identify best practices and tactics to ensure you are prepared in the case you are required to execute a recall. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.

    Neal Cohen

    Attorney

    Neal S. Cohen practices law in the area of consumer product safety before the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

    A former CPSC official, Neal brings a wealth of experience in representing companies before the CPSC. Not only does Neal have extensive knowledge of CPSC's safety requirements, he also understands how the CPSC and its staff really think when investigating a consumer product. With this knowledge and the relationships he has built in the product safety community, Neal works hard to represent the best interests of his clients in seeking a fair and favorable outcome.

    Kathleen Sanzo

    Partner

    Kathleen M. Sanzo centers her practice on regulatory and compliance issues connected to products regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). She leads and counsels clients on matters relating to prescription, OTC drug, and biotechnology products clinical testing; food, dietary supplement, and cosmetic product manufacture, approval, marketing, and distribution; device promotion and labeling issues; food, drug, and device compliance matters; and all consumer product issues regulated by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and state enforcement agencies.

    Lieutenant Commander Pamela Ogonowski

    Recall Coordinator

    Lieutenant Commander Pamela Ogonowski is a recall coordinator with the FDA’s Office of Strategic Planning and Operational Policy Division of Enforcement, where she serves as a subject matter expert in recalls.   She joined FDA in 2009 as a consumer safety officer, conducting primarily food inspections. She then spent several years working as a division recall coordinator, ensuring that products in violation of FDA’s laws and regulations were promptly corrected or removed from the market.   Prior to joining FDA, she worked as a medical laboratory scientist at a community hospital.  She graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2005 with a degree in medical laboratory science and she holds a graduate certificate in health management from the University of Massachusetts Lowell.

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    1. Register and watch the session. Please note it will open in a new window. Please do not close the session launch page.

    2. Please make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off in order to access the session once you select it.

    3. Once you have completed the session, please close the event recording or webinar window and proceed to the session launch page for the Online Education Survey to receive credit. Please note, it will not be on your event recording or webinar window.

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: Where Do We Spend First As We Rebuild And What Are Our Priorities?

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    As we get comfortable in our new normal, we’re going to begin to plan with more confidence. This interactive session with Kim Bakalyar, Cindy Bellosa, Sandeep Jain,and Lenny Polakoff will assess steps taken to date, trends, priorities and concerns related to product responsibility in the age of COVID-19. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​

    As we get comfortable in our new normal, we’re going to begin to plan with more confidence. This interactive session with Kim Bakalyar, Cindy Bellosa, Sandeep Jain,and Lenny Polakoff will assess steps taken to date, trends, priorities and concerns related to product responsibility in the age of COVID-19. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.

    Kim Bakalyar

    Chief Compliance Officer, PromoShop Inc.

    Kim Bakalyar, PromoShop Inc’s Chief Compliance Officer, started work in the promotional products industry in 1980 on the distributor side and joined forces with PromoShop, Inc. in 2004 as director of supplier relations. Kim has worked in all aspects on the distributor side while focusing primarily on research, sourcing, vendor relations and product safety and responsibility. Kim is a past president of SAAC and has previously volunteered on the PPAI Promotional Apparel Advisory Council and PPAI Distributors Committee. She is a current member of the PPAI Product Responsibility Action Group (PRAG).

    Sandeep Jain

    Vice President of Supply Chain

    Sandeep Jain is the vice president of supply chain for Imagen Brands, located in Mason, Ohio, where he oversees sourcing, compliance, purchasing and product development functions. He has over 20 years of experience having served consumer packaged goods, retail and specialty constructions businesses in various supply chain roles. He holds a masters of science in information technology from Pennsylvania State University.

    Lenny Polakoff

    Partner

    Lenny Polakoff is a partner at Zagwear, a global merchandise and custom premium agency with offices across the United States, London and Hong Kong.  Zagwear services multinational clients in more than 40 countries world-wide. Over the past 20 years, Lenny has developed and implemented Zagwear’s internal product safety and factory compliance standards, as well as ensuring  Zagwear’s adherence to all client specific mandates.  Lenny has also played an integral role in the procedural development of several Fortune 500 premium compliance programs.  Lenny holds a BA in Psychology from Quinnipiac University and is a member of PPAI’s Product Responsibility Action Group. 

    Cindy Bellosa

    Global Head of Compliance

    Cindy Belloso has been with Sunscope group of companies for 20 years. The experience she gained while working in customer service and product development along with her work ethic, leadership skills and her dedication to the company led to her promotion in 2016.  As the global head of the Sunscope Compliance Department, she has proven to be  knowledgeable and well versed in the legal guidelines and corporate governance best practices.  Cindy has also been trained in the Global Food Contact Material and Hazardous Risk Assessment of Data, Canadian Apparel Federation Product Safety training.   She has been a regular attendee of the PPAI Product Responsibility Summit and the International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization (ICPHSO) conference.  

     

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    3. Once you have completed the session, please close the event recording or webinar window and proceed to the session launch page for the Online Education Survey to receive credit. Please note, it will not be on your event recording or webinar window.

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: Agency Update

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    Acting CPSC Chairman Robert Adler will provide a brief update regarding the priorities and initiatives of this independent federal agency. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​

    Acting CPSC Chairman Robert Adler will provide a brief update regarding the priorities and initiatives of this independent federal agency. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.

    Paul Bellantone, CAE

    President and Chief Executive Officer of the Promotional Products Association International

    Paul Bellantone, CAE, is president and CEO of the Promotional Products Association International (PPAI), the not-for-profit association for more than 16,000 member companies in the $24.7 billion-dollar promotional products industry. Bellantone is responsible for executing the strategies and vision of the PPAI Board of Directors and advocating for the industry and its professional practitioners. His focus on delivering compelling member value and business-building products and services, combined with his commitment to active and meaningful member communication, has helped PPAI achieve marked growth. Bellantone holds a bachelor's degree from Rutgers University and a master’s in business administration from the School of Management at Texas Woman's University. He is a Certified Association Executive and is an active member of the American Society of Association Executives, the Dallas Fort Worth Association Executives, the American Marketing Association, the Dallas/Fort Worth AMA and a board trustee for The Forum: Business Results Through People.

    Suzanne Worwood

    Senior Vice President of Merchandising & Supply Chain

    Suzanne is the Senior Vice President of Merchandising & Supply Chain at 4imprint. Suzanne and teams are involved in all aspects of the products they sell from deciding which should be included in key marketing materials, configuring the product data, developing supplier relationships all the way through to collaborating with supplier partners on product development initiatives and factory auditing programs. Suzanne has been with 4imprint most of her career starting in London and then later moving stateside.

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  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: What You Say Matters

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    Marketing claims shape a company’s identity and can set it apart from the competition. If a claim is not truthful, you could be in trouble. The Federal Trade Commission will take action against companies making untruthful claims—particularly related to COVID-19 and greenwashing statements. In this session you will receive a seven-point checklist to help companies ensure marketing claims stand up to the principles enforced by the FTC. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​

    Marketing claims shape a company’s identity and can set it apart from the competition. If a claim is not truthful, you could be in trouble. The Federal Trade Commission will take action against companies making untruthful claims—particularly related to COVID-19 and greenwashing statements. In this session you will receive a seven-point checklist to help companies ensure marketing claims stand up to the principles enforced by the FTC. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.

    Lesley Fair

    Senior Attorney with the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Consumer Protection

    Lesley Fair is a Senior Attorney with the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Consumer Protection, where she has represented the FTC in numerous investigations of false advertising and fraud. She now specializes in industry education and blogs at the FTC's Business Center.

    Lesley graduated from the University of Notre Dame and received a J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law. She clerked for United States District Judge Fred Shannon of the Western District of Texas and served as staff counsel to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans. Before coming to the FTC, she practiced criminal law and appeared before the Supreme Court of the United States inMurray v. Carrier.

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    3. Once you have completed the session, please close the event recording or webinar window and proceed to the session launch page for the Online Education Survey to receive credit. Please note, it will not be on your event recording or webinar window.