Whether your business is bringing a new product to the market or is reacting to a letter from the CPSC, we have the experience to help.
Neal S. Cohen practices law in the area of consumer product safety before the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
A former senior CPSC official, Neal brings a wealth of experience in representing companies before the CPSC. Not only does Neal have extensive knowledge of CPSC's safety requirements, he also understands how the CPSC and its staff really think when investigating a consumer product. With this insider knowledge and the relationships he has built in the product safety community, Neal works hard to represent the best interests of his clients in seeking a fair and favorable outcome.
Primary Practice Areas: Consumer Product Safety Law
Law School: Emory University School of Law, J.D. with honors Robert W. Woodruff Fellow
Undergraduate: Swarthmore College B.A. Economics with DistinctionAdmitted: 2004, New York
Exclusively practicing federal law. (Located in Maryland, but not admitted to practice Maryland law)
Boaz Green provides practical advice, tailored to a company’s business and culture, informed by a deep understanding of consumer product safety laws and regulations, and the internal workings of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
Boaz is a seasoned consumer product lawyer. He has extensive experience advising and representing a wide range of companies on product safety compliance, policy, and enforcement. He also advises companies on other consumer product regulatory requirements, such as labeling, advertising, and marketing requirements under federal and state laws.
Boaz has worked with a diverse range of companies, ranging from leading retailers, private labelers, and manufacturers, to innovative startups, platform sellers, and franchisers.