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Food Litigation Newsletter - December 2014 # 3

In This Issue: - RECENT SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS AND RULINGS ..“Wildly Nutritious” Fruit Lawsuit Ends With Dole’s Victory on Summary Judgment ..Chocolate Case Tapered and Stayed Pending Ninth...more

ConAgra Foods Defeats Challenge to Its Executive Exemption Classification in FLSA Class Action

A federal judge in Arkansas granted summary judgment for ConAgra Foods in a collective action brought by a group of departmental Team Leaders who alleged ConAgra misclassified them as exempt and denied them overtime pay in...more

NLRB In ConAgra Ruling Signals What May Be Solicitation

The National Labor Relations Board recently decided that discipline of an employee for violation of the employer’s nonsolicitation policy was unlawful, even though the employee engaged in union-related discussion and the...more

NLRB’s ConAgra Foods Decision Finds Employer’s Application of Non-Solicitation Policy Unlawful

The NLRB recently decided that ConAgra Food’s discipline of Janette Haines for violating the non-solicitation policy was unlawful, even though Haines engaged in a union-related discussion, and her discussion prompted another...more

Food Litigation Newsletter - December 2014 #2

In This Issue: - RECENT SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS AND RULINGS ..Mott’s Defeats Class Certification in Apple Juice Labeling Fight ..Court Tentatively Approves Classes in ConAgra “Natural” Cooking Oil...more

Solicitation and Distribution Rules and Their Enforcement Under Attack: NLRB Continues to Narrow Employer Limitations on Workplace...

The National Labor Relations Act’s limitations on employer no-solicitation/no-distribution policies have been established for decades, right? Most labor relations practitioners and Human Resources specialists are familiar...more

California Northern District Judges Split on Sufficiency of Damages Evidence at Class Certification – Will Ninth Circuit Weigh In?...

Judges in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California are split on the sufficiency of damages evidence at the class certification stage. Jones v. ConAgra Foods, Inc, No. C 12-01633 CRB, 2014 WL 2702726...more

Courts In 9th Circuit Continue To Split On Ascertainability: “All Natural” Class Action Dies On the Vine But Sexual Energy...

On June 13, 2014, U.S. District Judge Charles R. Breyer of the Northern District of California, issued an order denying class certification to a putative class of consumers who had purchased ConAgra food products labeled as...more

California Appellate Court Holds That Federal Law Preempts Unfair Competition Law Claims Tied to Organic Label

In a case of first impression in the state courts, a California appellate court delivered an early Christmas present Dec. 23 to beleaguered food and beverage companies facing an avalanche of lawsuits under California’s Unfair...more

Top 5 Ediscovery Case Summaries – July 2013: Idaho - Special Master Analyzes “Overly Broad” Privilege Search Terms

Dornoch Holdings Int’l, LLC v. Conagra Foods, Lamb Weston, Inc., 2013 WL 2384235 (D. Idaho May 1, 2013). In this search dispute, the defendants objected that the key words used by a Special Master to create a 43,264...more

Advertising Law -- Feb 21, 2013

In This Issue: Neutrogena Escapes Class Certification; It's Not "Hip" to Steal Contact Info; Leibowitz Leaves the FTC—Who Will Take His Place?; A Court Ruling Wouldn't Be Kosher; California Supreme Court: Some Online...more

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