Manufacturers’ Compliance Institute

Bringing you exclusive, direct legal help from top-tier law firms—free with membership

The NAM established the Manufacturers’ Compliance Institute (MCI) to provide prompt access to attorneys who will answer questions, partnering with law firms to help provide top-tier legal counsel to our members.

Submit Your Legal Question

For more information about the Manufacturers’ Compliance Institute, please contact Leland Frost, Associate General Counsel.

Benefits For NAM Members Include:

  • Prompt responses to your legal questions
  • 30-minute phone call with world-class legal counsel
  • Advice on local, federal, national and global legal issues
  • 10% discount on rates if members retain legal counsel
 

Get Answers on Complex Issues:

Environmental

Global

Intellectual Property

Labor and Employment

Product Safety

 

Press Releases

  • 03/28/2018
    The Center News: March 2018
    In November 2017, the Manufacturers’ Center for Legal Action (MCLA) launched the Manufacturers’ Accountability Project (MAP) with the purpose of exposing the coordinated efforts of trial attorneys and public officials pursuing a baseless legal campaign against manufacturers.
  • 02/28/2018
    The Center News: February 2018
    In November 2017, the Manufacturers’ Center for Legal Action (MCLA) launched the Manufacturers’ Accountability Project (MAP) with the purpose of exposing the coordinated efforts of trial attorneys and public officials pursuing a baseless legal campaign against manufacturers.
  • 01/31/2018
    The Center News: January 2018
    We are changing up our format a bit for this edition to provide an opportunity for our MCLA Legal Advisory Council law firm partners to provide their views on the outlook for 2018.
  • 12/21/2017
    The Center News: December 2017
    With National Labor Relations Board Chairman Philip Miscimarra departing his post this past Saturday, late last week, the Board took astonishingly broad and swift action to reverse some of the most troubling Board policies of the past several years.
  • 11/16/2017
    The Center News: November 2017
    There have been so many outrageous claims and novel theories of liability against manufacturers over the years that it is unusual to see a more straightforward, run-of-the-mill contract case make it to the Supreme Court for decision. But that happened in 2015 when the Supreme Court decided that retirees are entitled to lifetime vesting of health care benefits under a collective bargaining agreement only when the agreement can be viewed that way using standard contract interpretation principles.