Class action lawsuits against food companies are becoming a common scenario. Many of those class action lawsuits are based on the claim that a product’s advertising or labels have misled the consumers. The cases involve small, consumable products. Food class action lawsuits have been prevalent for a few years now; however, the field is still developing as more cases make their way through the court.
This live session by expert speaker Christopher G. Van Gundy will discuss the updates for the class actions and food law. The specific challenge is to identify roughly the four or five major sources of liability in the food supply chain, and focus on the “Food Court,” the unique development of class action law in Food Court cases, and to discuss several trending issues in the Food Court today.
The webinar is intended to raise awareness about food labeling, marketing and advertising claim exposure, explain the current situation, and steps to take to minimize liability exposure.
Who Should Attend
Ask a question at the Q&A session following the live event and get advice unique to your situation, directly from our expert speaker.
Christopher G. Van Gundy is a partner at Keller and Heckman, LLP in the firm’s Litigation and Food and Drug Practices. Mr. Van Gundy’s practice focuses on food law litigation, regulation, and policy, including class actions, product liability defense, Proposition 65, and “private label” issues such as supply chain liability, indemnity disputes, food authenticity (“food fraud”) issues, false advertising, food marketing claims, brand protection, trademark disputes, and distribution...
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