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Marler Blog Providing Commentary on Food Poisoning Outbreaks & Litigation

ABA (American Bar Association) Food Poisoning Lecture

No, sorry, this is not a lecture on how to poison lawyers.  On Wednesday I get the opportunity to discuss how to determine the strengths and weaknesses of a foodborne illness claim by phone.  The below PowerPoint and Paper may be helpful.

  • LARRY STONE

    THE USDA WILL LOOK AT ALL MANUFACTURERS BUT WILL NEVER LOOK IF THE PROCESSOR IS A INSTRUMENT OF A STATE GOVERNMENT-PLEASE READ ON–
    I applaud your very fine story and comments and appeal to you to visit my blog site http://bullstone-larrym.blogspot.com/ and see the evidence of rat fecal contamination in meats produced by an instrument of the State of Florida department of Corrections. I have been battling with the USDA to issue a recall on the millions of pounds of meat the State of Florida produced under contract for my company. This meat was distributed nation wide to schools, supermarkets and institutions. When we discovered that this Florida State division was storing food supplies and edible ingredients in a rat infested warehouse we began our quest to get this information to the public and get accountability placed on those who allowed this to happen. When you read the information on my blog you will see the validity of both our stories .I support your efforts and request your support of mine. Regards Larry Stone

  • ABA Teleconference — Hot Topics in Food Law

    The ABA Section on Litigation Subcommittee on Products Liability and the ABA Center for Continuing Legal Education is sponsoring a CLE teleconference tomorrow, October 17, 2007, 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Hot Topics in Food Law In recent years,