The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has urged an administrative law judge (ALJ) to deny the motion to dismiss filed by Zen Magnets, LLC in a proceeding that CPSC complaint counsel initiated “to determine whether small, high-powered rare earth magnets sold by Respondent as Zen Magnets and Neoballs (Subject Products) are a ‘substantial product hazard’ pursuant to CPSA Section 15.” According to CPSC’s response, the matter is not ripe for review, the ALJ lacks jurisdiction to determine the Commissioners’ qualification to act as an appellate body, Zen Magnets has been afforded full due process, and “no prejudgment has occurred.” Zen Magnets had argued that due process issues may arise if the ALJ does not rule in its favor and it appeals to the Commission, which acts as an appellate court, contending that four of the five the commissioners have prejudged the issues in the case.