Tag Archives: Forever Chemicals

What Is a PFAS, and Why Should I Care? Part III – California’s Proposition 65

In Part I and Part II of this blog series, we introduced and discussed per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), commonly referred to as “forever chemicals,” which have been recent targets of consumer class actions and regulatory enforcement due to their alleged human health risks. As a quick refresher, PFAS includes a class of more than … Continue Reading

What Is a PFAS, and Why Should I Care? Part II – The Threat to the Restaurant and Food Packaging Industries, and Potential Personal Injury Classes

In our initial blog post, we introduced readers to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), known as “forever chemicals,” and predicted the rise of PFAS consumer class actions and increased regulatory activity barring the use of PFAS in consumer products in state and federal legislatures. As a quick refresher, PFAS biodegrade very slowly, are extremely persistent … Continue Reading
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