Programme

  1. Session 5: CBI, data sharing and supply chain transparency
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    Chair:

    Paul Ashford Paul Ashford
    Managing Director, Anthesis-Caleb, UK
  3. CBI issues and TSCA

    • Section 14 of TSCA
    • Substantiation of CBI claims and impact of the D.C. Circuit decision in EDF v. EPA
    • EPA review of CBI claims
    • The intersection between Section 14 of TSCA and the Freedom of Information Act
    • Judicial remedies to prevent CBI disclosure
    Herb Estreicher Herb Estreicher
    Partner, Keller and Heckman, United States
  4. CBI issues under REACH

    Jean-Philippe Montfort Jean-Philippe Montfort
    Partner, Mayer Brown Europe-Brussels LLP, Belgium
  5. Dealing with supply chain transparency

    • What purpose does transparency serve and what are the drivers for its implementation?
    • What are the barriers to achieving supply-chain transparency and how might they be overcome?
    • How does the information captured help in reducing hazard and risk within supply-chains?
    Paul Ashford Paul Ashford
    Managing Director, Anthesis-Caleb, UK
  6. Q&A

  7. Refreshments

  8. Data sharing issues in Europe

    Simon Tilling Simon Tilling
    Partner, Burges Salmon LLP, UK
  9. Selling chemicals on the internet: dealing with CBI issues

    • Ways to void or waive CBI
    • Conflicting chemical disclosure regimes
    • California Prop 65 and California S.B. 258
    • New York, Vermont, and other states
    • Walmart’s chemical disclosure policy
    • OSHA Hazard Communication
    • FIFRA requirements
    • Federal legislation
    Erik Baptist Erik Baptist
    Partner, Wiley Rein LLP
  10. Q&A

  11. Close of day one