Chicago-based Kolcraft Enterprises, Inc. has agreed to resolve safety and reporting violation allegations by paying a $400,000 civil penalty and implementing internal controls and procedures to ensure that that all reporting to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is “timely, truthful, complete and accurate.” While denying staff allegations that it knew about latch-related defects posing a fall hazard to children and that it knowingly violated the reporting requirements of 15 U.S.C. § 2064(b), despite apparently receiving about 350 reports that the play yards collapsed unexpectedly and injured some 21 children during a nine-year period preceding its report to CPSC, the company also waived its rights to administrative or judicial review. CPSC has provisionally accepted the settlement; it is subject to public comment until March 19, 2013. See Federal Register, March 4, 2013.