Without admitting any liability, now-defunct Baby Matters, LLC has entered a consent agreement with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) requiring the company to implement a voluntary corrective action plan as to its Nap Nanny® infant recliner products. Among other matters, the company must put $13,000 into an escrow account to publicize a product recall to consumers, maintain a Website including the recall press release for five years and announce the recall through all social media accounts that it maintains, including its Facebook page. Neither the company nor its owner may manufacture, market, distribute, or sell these products or their component parts in the United States or any other country. An administrative law judge accepted the agreement and dismissed CPSC’s enforcement action with prejudice. Additional details about the action appear in the December 13, 2012, issue of this Report.