Boaz is a seasoned consumer product lawyer. He has extensive experience advising and representing a wide range of companies on product safety compliance, policy, and enforcement. He also advises companies on other consumer product regulatory requirements, such as labeling, advertising, and marketing requirements under federal and state laws.
Boaz has worked with a diverse range of companies, ranging from leading retailers, private labelers, and manufacturers, to innovative startups, platform sellers, and franchisers.
Boaz provides practical advice, tailored to a company’s business and culture, informed by a deep understanding of consumer product safety laws and regulations, and the internal workings of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
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Boaz, who is Counsel to Neal Cohen Law, has a long background in regulatory matters. Most recently working at Keller and Heckman, the well-known regulatory firm, Boaz served as Counsel focusing on complex consumer product regulatory and enforcement matters. From 2014 to 2018, Boaz served as Senior Counsel and then Chief Counsel to CPSC Commissioner Marietta Robinson. During his years at the CPSC, Boaz forged strong ties with CPSC leadership, management, and staff, and worked closely with a variety of stakeholders in Congress, business, and the non-profit sector.
Boaz came to CPSC with a strong background in financial services litigation. Boaz was a securities enforcement and class action litigator at the major international law firm of Dewey & LeBoeuf, and a Trial Attorney at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
A native of Israel, Boaz served as a commander and officer in the Israel Defense Force’s Armored Corps before coming to the U.S.
Primary Practice Area
Consumer product safety and regulatory law
Georgetown University Law Center, cum laude
New York University Gallatin School of Individualized Studies, summa cum laude
2006, New York
2008, District of Columbia