San Diego, CA (PRWEB) July 31, 2014
The 2013 edition of the Proposition 65 Handbook updates important developments about chemical listings, appellate decisions, litigation and settlement trends, trials, legislation and reform proposals that may affect compliance with California's Proposition 65.
The Handbook is a comprehensive desk reference to the law, regulations, history and trends impacting California's Proposition 65. The 2013 Edition is the fourth installment of the series which adds approximately 200 pages devoted to recent developments.
In the past two years unprecedented changes have affected how chemicals are listed, how regulations are enacted, how cases are settled and how trials are won and lost. The Handbook helps companies navigate these changes and meet compliance requirements.
The book is designed to help new companies learn what they need to know about Proposition 65 and get up-to-speed with their compliance programs. For practitioners and consultants the Handbook covers the finer points of Proposition 65 practice, with a multitude of examples taken from real situations that have occurred since 1987.
This invaluable practice guide provides critical information for practitioners, regulated companies, start-ups and consultants. Find out why dozens of AMLAW 100 firms use the Handbook as a guide in their Proposition 65 practices. The 2013 Edition of the Proposition 65 Handbook was published in December, 2013. 739 pages.
Cornerstone Publishing, LLC publishes Prop 65 News, which has covered news and events about Proposition 65 regulations, litigation, legislation, trials and science since 1987. The company also maintains the largest existing repository of Proposition 65 related litigation and regulatory documents, containing more than 18,000 individual documents. The company also provides in-depth coverage of California's Safer Consumer Products Regulation also known as the California Green Chemistry Initiative, and hosts a professional group on LinkedIn dedicated the emerging green chemistry laws and regulations.