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Industry Should Seek Guidance, Supply-Chain Checks For California Cruelty-Free Compliance

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Morgan Lewis partner Kathleen Sanzo discusses California’s Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act, signed into law in late September. Companies should begin establishing compliance programs and supply chain controls and request guidance from California authorities on interpreting the law’s exemptions, she says.

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