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

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Environmental

Global

Intellectual Property

Labor and Employment

Product Safety

 

Press Releases

  • 11/22/2016
    Manufacturers Applaud Delay on Overtime Rule
    NAM Senior Vice President and General Counsel Linda Kelly issued a statement after a federal judge temporarily halted the Obama administration’s final overtime regulation
  • 09/20/2016
    Manufacturers Challenge Overtime Rule
    NAM Senior Vice President and General Counsel Linda Kelly issued a statement after the Manufacturers’ Center for Legal Action (MCLA) filed suit against the Department of Labor on the newly updated overtime rule.
  • 07/14/2016
    Manufacturers Score Win in Microsoft Case
    Today, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a troubling lower court decision holding that the government can use a search warrant issued in the United States under the Stored Communications Act to gain access to digital content owned by a non-U.S. customer and located outside of the United States.
  • 07/08/2016
    Manufacturers: OSHA Lacks Statutory Authority on Injury and Illness Rule
    NAM Senior Vice President and General Counsel Linda Kelly issued a statement announcing the Manufacturers’ Center for Legal Action (MCLA) challenge to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) injury and illness rule in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.
  • 06/27/2016
    Persuader Court Action a Win for Manufacturers
    NAM Senior Vice President and General Counsel Linda Kelly issued a statement on the decision by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas to halt the Department of Labor’s “persuader” rule, which dictates how employers can talk to their employees by instituting new reporting requirements.

  • 11/17/2016
    The Center News: November 2016

    President Obama has relied on, and expanded, the power of the administrative state by making substantial use of both executive orders and presidential memoranda to achieve policy objectives.

  • 10/19/2016
    The Center News: October 2016

    The Manufacturers’ Center for Legal Action (MCLA), the litigation arm of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), filed a lawsuit on July 8, 2016, challenging OSHA’s workplace injury and illness rule, as it believes the rule places unreasonable restrictions on employer programs to increase workplace safety.

  • 09/21/2016
    The Center News: September 2016

    The Manufacturers’ Center for Legal Action (MCLA), the litigation arm of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), filed a lawsuit on July 8, 2016, challenging OSHA’s workplace injury and illness rule, as it believes the rule places unreasonable restrictions on employer programs to increase workplace safety.

  • 08/24/2016
    The Center News: August 2016

    The Manufacturers’ Center for Legal Action (MCLA), the litigation arm of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), filed a lawsuit on July 8, 2016, challenging OSHA’s workplace injury and illness rule, as it believes the rule places unreasonable restrictions on employer programs to increase workplace safety.

  • 07/20/2016
    The Center News: July 2016

    The Manufacturers’ Center for Legal Action (MCLA), the litigation arm of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), filed a lawsuit on July 8, 2016, challenging OSHA’s workplace injury and illness rule, as it believes the rule places unreasonable restrictions on employer programs to increase workplace safety.