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Focus Newsletter - December 2014

In this issue: - ABC's of a Product Recall - Amazing Clients® Lumenpulse Inc. - A Bright Future for a Company That Is Lighting Up the World - Delaware Corporate Law Becomes More User-Friendly -...more

Insurance Recovery Law -- December 2014

Texas Appeals Court Upholds $8.7M Verdict for Policyholder Against Broker - Why it matters: An appeals court in Texas upheld an $8.7 million jury verdict against a broker that procured coverage with significant...more

Partial Recall: Product Contamination Coverage Has Its Limits

In disputes over the scope of liability coverage, courts must often draw a line between (1) providing insurance against errors that harm others and (2) broadly guaranteeing the work product of the insured. The problem is...more

FDA Publishes Four Key Supplemental Proposed Rules Under the Food Safety Modernization Act

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) was signed into law on January 4, 2011. This groundbreaking piece of legislation is aimed at improving FDA’s capacity to prevent, detect, and respond...more

FDA Outbreak Response Is Not a Constitutional Taking

Food companies are asking whether they can gain compensation from the United States government after a product recall. While the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) does provide for the possibility, a recent ruling by...more

Memorial Weekend Grilling — Big Meat Recall

Where’s the beef? A huge recall is underway of beef distributed by Wolverine Packing Company of Detroit Michigan. Eleven cases of E. coli infection have been reported in four states; none so far in Florida. The FDA...more

Food and Beverage News and Trends - April 2014

This regular publication by DLA Piper lawyers focuses on helping clients navigate the ever-changing business, legal and regulatory landscape. - Food industry opposes trans fat bar, proposes setting limitations. Major...more

Insuring Your Business - March 2014

In This Issue: - Is That Covered? Timely Reporting of Food Claims - Business Interruption Coverage for Food Recall Claims - Excerpt from Is That Covered? Timely Reporting of Food Claims - When food...more

Insuring Your Business - March 2014: Business Interruption Coverage For Food Recall Claims

Most insurance coverage is aimed at accidental losses. Policyholders are generally on their own when it comes to economic losses. One important exception to this rule is coverage for business interruption losses. When...more

Insuring Your Business - March 2014: Is That Covered? Timely Reporting of Food Claims

When food producers and distributors are faced with a product recall, one of the most common questions is: How soon, if at all, do you report the claim to your insurance company? The answer is simple—you should be reporting...more

Insuring Your Business - December 2013

In This Issue: Is That Covered? Food Recall Claims and Insurance Coverage for Food Claims: Communicating with Your Insurance Company Excerpt from Is That Covered? Food Recall Claims - Insurance Premiums...more

Insuring Your Business - December 2013: Is That Covered? Food Recall Claims

Insurance Premiums represent the third or fourth highest business expenses for most food manufacturers and distributors. But, even with all of those premium expenses, many food producers and distributors find that their food...more

First Raisins, Now Tomatoes? Another Federal Government Takings Challenge

It appears the raisin handlers' luck in the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision Horne v. US Department of Agriculture has spawned a new federal takings challenge by another group of fruit growers. This time it's a group of...more

Current Developments in U.S. Food Regulation

The issue of food regulation, while not novel, has received increasing media and legislative attention. In 2013, an entire issue of Natural Resources & Environment will be devoted to the topic of food law and regulation. In...more

FDA Uses New Recall Power For First Time

More than two years ago, the Food Safety Modernization Act authorized, for the first time, the FDA to force a company to conduct a food recall. Prior to that, all food recalls (with the exceptions of baby formula) were...more

FDA Proposes New Rules Regarding Growing, Harvesting, Packing And Holding Domestic And Foreign Produce

On January 5, 2013, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), as part of a continuing overhaul of the United States’ food safety laws under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), published proposed rules regarding the...more

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