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Foodborne Illness Outbreak Litigation Management

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Defending the company and the industry: High-Profile Foodborne Illness Outbreak Litigation Management with Shawn K. Stevens, Esq., of Gass, Weber and Mullins, Milwaukee, WI.

During the past decade, Mr. Stevens has counseled food industry clients throughout the country (including some of the nation’s largest food producers, national restaurant chains, and several food distributors and grocers) on a wide-range of food safety regulatory and liability issues.  Mr. Stevens works closely with food companies to identify and manage risk, plan and prepare for possible crises, and also respond appropriately to governmental enforcement actions and recalls.

Mr. Stevens has also defended food industry clients against high-profile foodborne illness outbreak claims in more than 2o states throughout the country.
1.     Introduction.
2.     What is the history of foodborne illness litigation, and where is it trending today?
2.     What is a food borne illness outbreak law suit?
3.     What are the best preparatory steps to prevent these events?
4.     How does a food producer respond to this situation?
5.     What are the things not to do?
6.     What is the best outcome for such cases?
7.     Your goals and projects.

Shawn K. Stevens, Esq.
Gass Weber Mullins LLC
309 North Water Street
Milwaukee, WI   53202

Direct:   (414) 224-7784
Fax:      (414) 224-6116