Maintaining a national practice with California roots, Diesch Law Group’s Cosmetics Practice represents FDA regulated industries with a special emphasis in the natural and organic sectors. Cost effective and industry focused, Diesch Law Group helps cosmetics, OTC, and medical device companies navigate regulatory hurdles, manage legal business needs, and defend against consumer lawsuits.
Diesch Law Group represents a variety of business. Our experienced litigators are capable of handling even the most complex cases with a demonstrated record of success. Our ability to work efficiently and strategically, sets Diesch Law Group apart from the competition. We help clients respond swiftly, defend their rights, protect their reputations and manage the risk of litigation.
As outside general counsel, Diesch Law Group advises companies in virtually every aspect of a business operation ultimately serving as a true value proposition for the executive team and management. With us, businesses obtain the benefit of in-house general counsel services without the expense of maintaining an in-house legal team.
Diesch Forrest provides strategic legal counseling for today’s business entrepreneurs. From start-ups to international players, Diesch Law Group understands your business legal needs. We give businesses the tools today for tomorrow’s successes.
Cosmetics & The Law: Looking Good in the Eyes of the Law
Diesch Law Group provides regulatory advice and counsel to ensure regulatory compliance with California state law and the statutes and regulations enforced by the Food and Drug Administration, the Federal Trade Commission and other regulatory agencies. We prepare a wide range of business documents, including manufacturing, resale and distribution agreements, formulation agreements, and vendor agreements. The firm’s unique focus on cosmetics, particularly in the natural and organic sector, includes extensive experience assisting with product packaging and labeling, certification and resolution of disputes regarding compliance with the National Organic Program (NOP) and California Organic Products Act (COPA), as well as defending companies from both governmental agencies and private litigants, including class action litigation, in matters involving breach of contract, unfair competition, false advertising, the Consumer Legal Remedies Act, and Lanham Act violations.
|Angela L. Diesch|
|Selected in 2018