2011 Events & Speaking Engagements
Marler Clark regularly presents at meetings and annual education conferences for food industry groups, environmental health associations, and FDA-sponsored Regional Retail Food Seminars. Contact Leslie Dale at (206) 407-2204 or email@example.com to request a speaker for an upcoming event.
The nation’s leading attorney representing victims of foodborne illness will be speaking at the second annual Washington State Association of Justice (WSAJ) Winter Conference.
Foodborne illness attorney and food safety expert William Marler will be speaking to at the University of Colorado Law School
Bill Marler, the nation’s leading attorney representing victims of foodborne illness, will be talking international foodborne illness claims at the 2011 ACI Foodborne Illness Litigation Conference in Chicago.
Author Jeff Benedict will be sharing insights from his new book Poisoned: The True Story of the Deadly E. coli Outbreak that Changed the Way Americans Eat alongside the book’s real-life protagonist, attorney William Marler.
William Marler to speak at University of Arkansas Law School on food safety advocacy. This presentation will count for 1.5 hours of CLE
Marler Clark Founding Partner Bruce Clark will be discussing the history of foodborne illness at the B.C. Food Protection Association 2011 Symposium.
Food safety attorney William (Bill) Marler will discussing current foodborne outbreak and legal issues at the 6th annual Conference for Food Safety and Quality held in Chicago.
Food safety attorney and expert William Marler will be delivering a keynote speech at the 2011 Focus on Farming Conference in Everett, Washington.
David Babcock will be speaking on about liability issues pertaining to health inspectors at California Environmental Health Association 2011 Update meeting.
Marler Clark foodborne illness attorney Bruce Clark will be speaking at the 2011 IEHA conference in Peoria, Illinois.
Food poisoning attorney and food safety advocate Bill Marler will be speaking about foodborne illness litigation at the 2011 Texas Environmental Health Assocation Conference.
Marler Clark Managing Partner, William Marler will be speaking about foodborne illness investigations at a DRI seminar in Scottsdale, AZ.
William Marler, the nation’s most notable attorney representing victims of foodborne illness will be speaking at the 2011 Nation’s Restaurant News Food Safety Symposium in Denver.
Foodborne illness attorney Colin Caywood will be conducting a mock trail at the National Environmental Health Association Region IV Fall Conference in Rochester Minnesota.
Noted foodborne illness attorney Bill Marler will be speaking at the 100th annual IAFP Conference in Milwaukee.
Marler Clark attorney Bill Marler will be giving two presentations at the 2011 Hawaii Lodging, Hospitality, & Foodservice Expo.
Bill Marler will be speaking about the Food Safety Modernization Law and raw milk at the 2011 National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) Annual Education Conference and Exhibition.
Bill Marler and Patti Waller will be speaking at the 2011 Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) conference in Pittsburgh.
Marler Clark, The Food Safety Law Firm will be celebrating the release of the new page-turner Poisoned: The True Story of the Deadly E. coli Outbreak That Changed the Way Americans Eat and holding an open house at it’s new offices at 1301 Second Ave, Ste. 2800. Drinks and appetizers will be provided.
Food poisoning attorney Bruce Clark will be speaking at the Red Meat Abattoir Association 2011 Conference and Congress in Somerset West, South Africa on May 12. He will be speaking about the impact of South Africa’s Consumer Protection Act on the meat industry.
On May 6, food safety expert and leading food poisoning attorney Bill Marler will be speaking at the annual Minnesota Environmental Health Association conference.
May 5, 2011 - Food poisoning attorney Bill Marler will be speaking at the University of Chicago.
Bill Marler will be speaking at the GMA Foodborne Illness Litigation conference in Chicago on May 5, 2011.
Colin Caywood, David Babcock and Drew Falkenstein will all be Keynote Speakers for the one-day course to be held on three separate days, March 8th, 10th and May 3rd. They will be speaking under the title, “Foodborne Illness Litigation Case Studies – Epidemiology, Liability, Damages”
Food poison attorney Bruce Clark will be speaking at 2011 Risk Management Society (RIMS) Annual Conference in Vancouver, B.C on May 2, 2011.
On Wednesday, April 20 food poisoning attorney Bill Marler will be offering his unique perspective on raw milk regulation and lobbying. The talk will be held at 5:30 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. in the Veterinary Science Building, Room 215.
Food poisoning attorney Bill Marler will be speaking at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota about the state of food safety in America, foodborne illness litigation, and the issues surrounding raw milk. He will speak from 9:00 A.M. - 11 A.M.
Marler Clark partner Bruce Clark will participate in a session on food insecurity and product poison at the Insurance Insolvency and Reinsurance Roundtable, “The Past is Prologue ... The Present Requires Unique thinking ... How Can Re-insurers Prepare for the Future?”, held at the Arizona Baltimore in Phoenix, Arizona.
Colin Caywood and Patti Waller will be speaking at the Missouri Milk Food and Environmental Health Association 2011 Conference in Columbia, MO, March 30 - April 1. They will speak about current food safety litigation and raw milk safety.
Denis Stearns will be speaking at Seattle University to address the question: “Where are we today in protecting our food supply?” In this session, Mr. Stearns will also discuss the history of food safety law, the role of legislation, regulation and litigation in enforcing food safety standards, and the effect of agency actions on creating those standards.
Bill Marler will be speaking at the NCASM Spring Meeting Saturday, March 12, 2011 on “Law and Order: How Epidemiological and Laboratory Data are used in Food Poisoning Cases.”
Drew Falkenstein will speak at this year’s HRH Conference about the importance of food safety and the consequences to processors and consumers.
Bill Marler will be speaking for the first time at the DIFSC, February 28th. His topic is “Reducing the Burden of Foodborne Diseases. Is the Food Industry Doing its Best?”
Bill Marler to speak February 23rd, at the GMA Foodborne Litigation Conference on “Emerging Trends on Foodborne Illness Litigation”
Bill Marler will be speaking at the University of Washington Thursday, February 3rd, under the subject “Lawyers and Leadership” with particular attention to the personal elements of leadership, including: purpose, integrity, command of self and subject matter.
The Pew Charitable Trusts and the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) are partnering on a one day conference, January 25, 2011 in Washington, D.C. to discuss the growing problems of antibiotic resistant pathogens and emerging strains of shiga-toxin producing E. coli (STECs) in our food supply. The conference will gather experts to discuss current science, knowledge gaps, public health implications, and practical solutions. Recommendations from the conference will be captured in a white paper that summarizes the discussions and specific recommendations to enhance the collaborative response to emerging foodborne hazards for federal agencies and other stakeholders. Bill Marler will be on a panel discussing public health impact of STECs in food.
Bill Marler will be at the University of Washington on Thursday, January 20, 2011 giving a presentation titled “The True Cost of Foodborne Illness”.