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By Lauren Shoor
Continuing a flurry of activity this year to reform Proposition 65 in California, the Office of the Attorney General is proposing amendments to the Proposition 65 regulations that would affect settlement terms, penalty amounts, and attorneys’ fees in civil actions filed by private persons in the public interest. For a more detailed discussion of Proposition 65 settlements in private enforcement actions, please see our prior post on this topic.
Per the Initial Statement of Reasons, this rulemaking is intended to:
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