• Features

    The Food Safety Modernization Act

    Michael A. Leichtling

    Part One of a Two-Part Article

    By being proactive in adopting safe food processing operations, such companies hope to protect their reputation and business from the negative publicity and possible financial disaster arising from the sale of contaminated food and non-compliance with the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).

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    New Sources of Discoverable Evidence

    Michael Ciaramitaro

    Part Two of a Two-Part Article

    Last month, the author discussed some of the technologies people are using today, such as fitness trackers and intelligent personal assistants, and the e-discovery implications they entail. Like these, automotive "Black Boxes" and drones could yield important information for those seeking evidence in a legal action.

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    'Healthy' Food Labeling

    Benjamin R. Dwyer and Vivian Quinn

    In 2017-2018, the food industry can expect to see fundamental change in the regulations regarding use of the word "healthy" in food packaging, and showdowns over class actions challenging food label claims.

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    3D Printing, Sharing Economy, and Other Emerging Industries

    Michael S. Levine and Andrea L. DeField

    Do You Have Adequate Coverage?

    Most traditional or "legacy" insurance products fail to provide sufficient coverage for certain risk exposures vis-à-vis the 3D printing industry, just as they fail to adequately protect businesses in other emerging industries that, along with their concomitant risks, simply did not exist when the legacy insurance products covering them were formulated.

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