This helps protect the public from abusive businesses.
Adler, who worked at the CPSC earlier in his career and who served six
terms on the board of Consumers Union, publisher of Consumer Reports,
most recently worked as a professor at the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill’s business school where he taught ethics, negotiation,
business law and consumer protection. “I’m delighted to rejoin an
agency whose mission I consider to be one of the most important in all
of government. I very much look forward to working with Chairman
Tenenbaum and the other commissioners in promoting product safety for
American consumers,” he said.