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Stearns F.A.,Keller and Heckman LLP
Plastics Engineering | Year: 2014

The medical device industry represents a potential market that biomaterials suppliers should not dismiss out-of-hand. There are a number of tools available to potential suppliers to help mitigate their risk. Suppliers should consider these options to ensure that they make a fully-informed decision about whether to supply raw materials or component parts to medical device manufacturers. Source


Walker J.-C.,Keller and Heckman LLP
SMT Surface Mount Technology Magazine | Year: 2011

Importers and manufacturers in the U.S. are increasingly being asked by downstream customers to provide products, including component parts that are safe, "environmentally-friendly" and free of a host of substances that may or may not be regulated. This article presents a top-level summary of those requirements. Source


Scheuplein R.J.,Keller and Heckman LLP
Skin Pharmacology and Physiology | Year: 2013

I want to thank Mike Roberts for arranging this issue of the journal and Annette Bunge and Richard Guy for reviewing this paper. This is, first, a history of my introduction to the field of skin permeability, and then an attempt to recall (with the inaccuracies that implies) the highlights of my research (1960-1975) on skin permeation, and finally a reflection by an old-timer on more recent concepts. © 2013 S. Karger AG, Basel. Source


Walker J.-C.,Keller and Heckman LLP
SMT Surface Mount Technology Magazine | Year: 2011

The FTC is still in the process of reviewing public comments for its "Green Guides," and likely will issue a final guidance later this year. In the interim, industry members should begin reviewing the environmental claims now, as we would expect to see some enforcement activity once the revised "Green Guides" are finalized. Source


Norton C.L.,Keller and Heckman LLP
SMT Surface Mount Technology Magazine | Year: 2013

With changes coming to restrictions on exports in the industry, Corey Norton, an international trade attorney, outlines updates to ITAR , EAR, the U.S. Munitions List, and more. The goal of these revisions is to create a control list of specific items with real inherent military significance. Source

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