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Wildchild Stockholm, Inc.

NCLA sent a formal letter to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission detailing how CPSC, and Commissioner Richard Trumka in particular, have severely violated the constitutional and statutory rights of NCLA client Wildchild Stockholm, Inc. Wildchild, founded by mom and entrepreneur Lisa Furuland Kotsianis, designs and imports the award-winning, Scandinavian-inspired DockATot® Deluxe+ docks. The letter states that Commissioner Trumka has taken deliberate actions and made specific statements that infringe Wildchild’s constitutional right to have a fair and impartial tribunal.

CPSC issued a Notice of Violation in November 2022 declaring that Wildchild’s Deluxe+ docks manufactured and imported after June 23, 2022 allegedly violated the agency’s Safety Standard for Infant Sleep Products final rule. Commissioner Trumka has since interfered with DockATot UK international foreign business relationships. He also issued statements and tweets that NCLA believes were meant to drive negative media attention to Wildchild, implying that the Deluxe+ dock has caused several tragedies.

Wildchild Stockholm, Inc. Founder Lisa Furuland Kotsianis

Mark Chenoweth
President and Chief Legal Officer
Kara Rollins
Litigation Counsel
Greg Dolin
Senior Litigation Counsel

Re: Wildchild Stockholm, Inc.’s Notice of the Commission’s Violation of Its Constitutional and Statutory Rights and Formal Appeal of the Commission’s November 2022 Notice of Violation

June 1, 2023 | Read More


NCLA Calls Out CPSC Commissioner Trumka’s Deliberate Efforts to Ban DockATot Infant Loungers

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