2012 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 firstname.lastname@example.org to request a speaker for an upcoming event.
This year Bill Marler will be speaking with Arthur P. Liang on “Dissecting the Science Behind Salmonella, Listeria and E. coli Claims: An Examination of How the Science Links to Causation and Opens the Door to Liability.”
Attorney Drew Falkenstein will be speaking in Mason City, IA on the subject “The Legal Consequences of Poor Food Safety” for the Cerro Gordo Public Health Department.
Students, faculty and outside visitors will enjoy Bill Marler’s Public Forum on the “Rocky Ford Listeria Cantaloupe Outbreak - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. How Fruit Killed 33 Americans” at the Unversity of Arkansas.
Bill Marler will be speaking to the Indana Food Safety & Defense Task Force on “Food Industry Liability.”
Drew Falkenstein will be speaking on the subject, “Pros and Cons of raw cheese, milk, veggies, and meat. What are the necessary steps to take and why there are consequences – scientific and legal.”
Bill Marler will share his experiences surrounding the 1992–93 E. coli epidemic that left four children dead and over 700 others gravely ill in what became known as the “Jack in the Box Case.”
Speaking to 15 major restaurant chain purchasing and quality assurance food safety executives, Bill Marler will address the subject, “The Rocky Ford Listeria Canteloupe Outbreak - The Good, the Bad, the Ugly.”
Bill Marler will be speaking to the faculty and students at Cornell University on “The Legal Consequences of Poor Food Safety.”
Bill Marler will speak on the subject, “Liability of Public Agencies and their Employees in Foodbourne Illness Investigations.”
On June 1, food safety expert and attorney William Marler will be speaking to representatives from food banks and meal programs across Washington state on food safety issues.
Foodborne illness attorney William Marler will be speaking at the 2012 Beef Industry Safety Summit in Tampa, Florida.
Foodborne illness attorney William Marler will be discussing recent trends in foodborne illness litigation at the 2012 Grocery Manufacturers Association Food Claims & Litigation Conference
Marler Clark Managing Partner William Marler will be speaking to a class at the University of Washington
Food safety attorney will be lecturing on the legal consequences of poos food safety at the University of Washington
Foodborne illness attorney William Marler will be giving a webinar hosted by Ecolab