Fisher-Price Faces CPSC Probe Over Recall Timing

Law360, New York (August 7, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The Consumer Product Safety Commission has launched an investigation into the timing of a recent recall by Fisher-Price Inc. of nearly 1 million toys made in China that were found to contain hazardous amounts of lead paint.

The Commission is scrutinizing exactly how long it took Fisher-Price to reveal that the toys had been found to contain lead paint, according to the Associated Press. Companies are required to notify the CPSC no later than 24 hours after they first learn that a product could be dangerous...
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