Companies that use chemicals containing PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) could face sizable legal issues as these materials continue to face mounting regulatory scrutiny. PFAS comprise unique physical and chemical properties to create a water repellency and are commonly used in coatings for textiles, paper products, food packaging, cookware, firefighting foams, carpets, outdoor sportswear and more.

Fox Rothschild’s environmental attorneys are fluent in the science, regulations and case law surrounding PFAS. On this blog, they will provide updates and cover major developments in PFAS and emerging contaminants as regulatory developments arise.

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