I leave in the morning (a few hours away actually) to NYC in part to meet several new clients from the Topps E. coli outbreak, but also to meet with representatives of YUM Brands to try and resolve several E. coli cases stemming from the Taco Bell E. coli outbreak of 2006. Interestingly, today,
St. John’s University awarded Sodexho USA its dining services contract on June 3, officially replacing Aramark. The five-year deal will pay Sodexho, the leading food service provider in North America, a portion of the estimated $11 million in food revenue generated over St. John’s campuses in Queens, Staten Island, Manhattan and Oakdale. The agreement also includes renovation plans for the four campuses that will take place over the next five years.
Marler Clark got BJ’s Wholesale Club, Inc. and a meat supplier to agree to pay $ 11 million to the family of a New York girl developed HUS after eating contaminated hamburgers.
We also represent a young boy whose family bought tainted hamburger from another BJ’s Wholesale Club store.
As I said in the article:…