A March 12, 2009, legal victory by the law firm Goodwin Procter may prove critical to dietary supplement manufacturers looking to defend claims brought under California's Proposition 65. As many who do business in California know, Proposition 65 is the state's law that requires companies to issue warnings to consumers if a product contains certain carcinogens or reproductive toxins. The law casts a long shadow over supplement manufacturers, many of whom have been sued under the law for
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