By Andrew J. Sherman, Chantelle C. Egan, Anne R. Dana, and Patrick D. Joyce

Seyfarth Synopsis: As restaurant and hospitality consumers rethink their dining experiences, increased concerns are coming from food service providers about how to ensure food safety, reassure patrons, and address issues arising when workers get sick. The good

By Brent I. Clark, James L. Curtis, and Craig B. Simonsen

Empty Hooks In A Meat Processing FactoryThe Occupational Safety & Health Administration recently issued its “Inspection Guidance for Poultry Slaughtering and Poultry Processing Establishments” (October 28, 2015).

OSHA explains in the Guidance that workers employed in the poultry industry may face many hazards, including high noise

By James L. Curtis, Meagan Newman, and Craig B. Simonsen

OSHA just published its Procedures for Handling Retaliation Complaints Under Section 402 of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Food Safety Modernization Act79 Fed. Reg. 8619 (February 13, 2014).

The interim final regulations relate to the whistleblower provisions found at section

By Ilana Morady

A class action lawsuit filed this month in the Central District of California claims that Frito-Lay has engaged in misleading advertising, unfair competition, and breach of express warranty by marketing Tostitos and SunChips as made with “all natural” ingredients. The heart of the lawsuit centers on the claim that the popular snack