Seller Beware: Avoiding the Pitfalls of Selling to California Consumers—A Two-Part Webinar Series - Session 2
Companies that sell to consumers, directly or indirectly, are subject to an often-bewildering array of federal and state laws and regulations. Selling goods and services to California consumers is especially challenging because the state has a panoply of uniquely stringent consumer protection laws. Particularly given California's active plaintiffs' bar, these laws can be a trap for the unwary, with potentially expensive consequences.
Arnold & Porter LLP's consumer industry group has developed a two-part series that will review a number of California's consumer protection and competition statutes and discuss practical compliance strategies.
Session 2 - Grab Bag of Pitfalls
- "Made in USA"
- "Slack fill"
- Human trafficking
- Various products requirements
- Unauthorized recording
- Zip Codes