Incidents and scandals involving manufactured goods and food products can greatly affect consumer confidence in the safety of the goods and products in question, and in the case of intentional misconduct or negligence, may also subject companies to possible civil and criminal liability, reputational harm, and have an adverse impact on corporate finance. The lawyers at our firm, well versed in the unique and complex laws and regulations in this area, provide practical advice to companies on issues such as when and how disclosure and recall should be conducted, and help companies to formulate appropriate responses to government investigations and take a flexible approach in dealing with consumers, business partners, and the mass media. Our experience and expertise in this area help our clients to recognize and respond appropriately to legal risks and achieve a timely resolution to incidents and scandals involving manufactured goods and food products.
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