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Year In Review: 2020 Food, Beverage & Supplement Litigation Round-Up

USA - February 12 2021 The global pandemic, stay at home orders, and government issued lockdowns did not stop 2020 from being yet another active year for new regulatory…

Simren K. Gill, Jennifer A. Jackson, Merrit M. Jones, Thomas S. Lee, Brandon W. Neuschafer, Cassie Wait, Kyla D. Wyatt

Second Circuit: Past Purchasers Have No Standing to Seek Injunctive Relief

USA - August 3 2020 In a case regarding slack fill claims by a class of purchasers of Barilla branded pasta, the Second Circuit has issued a decision with implications…

Jessica H. Fischweicher

A Guide to Navigating COVID-19 Price-Gouging Litigation Against Manufacturers, Suppliers, and Retailers of Food and Consumer Goods in the U.S.

USA - May 27 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has led to sharp spikes in demand for basic necessities, alcohol-based disinfecting products, and essential food Staples…

David C. Russell

What Does College Tuition Pay For? Pandemic-Related College Refund Class Actions May Provide Answers

USA - May 5 2020 When COVID-19 arrived in the United States during the spring academic semester, there were approximately 20 million students enrolled in on-campus…

Michael R. Cannon, Jonathan Potts

Public company PPP participants with liquidity alternatives beware: New U.S. Treasury guidance allows safe harbor for return of funds by May 7, 2020 in cases of insufficient need

USA - April 23 2020 Reportedly more than 100 public companies received more than half a billion dollars of funds available under the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program…

Robert Klingler, Douglas A. Thompson, Victoria R. Westerhaus