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TSCA
August 24, 2016
In a major overhaul of federal chemical safety laws, a historic reform of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) took effect on June 22, 2016. The TSCA reform law gives the EPA more direct tools to obtain testing information on chemical substances; eliminates certain statutory requirements that make the restriction or ban of chemicals in US commerce difficult; and restructures the way existing chemicals are evaluated and regulated. The amended TSCA will have significant impacts on chemical manufacturers, importers, distributors, processors and other downstream users.

July 14, 2016James Lee

This blog post has been updated since its original publication. Summary On 7 July 2016, the U.S. Senate voted 63-30 to approve a genetically modified organisms (GMO) bill (S. 764) that, if enacted, would preempt state GMO labeling laws by making it a federal requirement that food companies label their...

June 29, 20163E Global Research Team

The historic referendum vote on 23 June 2016 by the public in the United Kingdom (UK) (which includes England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Gibraltar) on whether the UK should remain in the European Union (EU), otherwise known as “Brexit,” has sparked many concerns in businesses operating in Europe and the UK. The future of many political, trade and commerce issues between the UK and the EU will remain unsettled until the former’s formal initiation of Article 50 procedures under the Treaty on European Union (“Withdrawal of a Member State from the EU”) and the related negotiations. However, it is clear now that if Brexit does occur – and the UK does leave the EU – companies, especially importers of chemicals and chemical products, must have a proactive strategy to handle the commerce and regulatory impacts of the UK's departure from the EU.