Protecting Food & Beverage Recipe and Process Ownership

TASA ID: 1926

What are the appropriate steps toward protecting the recipe and process for making new food and beverage products?  And what are the more likely challenge points a company may make to protect its corporate infringement claims?  Since new product introductions are the lifeblood for sales growth in every company, it is imperative that proper processes and policies are implemented to protect future brand equity and sales growth potential.

Long-Term Sequelae of Salmonellosis

TASA ID: 733

As we eat in places other than our kitchen, poor sanitation and contamination of food sources become a significant problem.  Although the FDA has established a series of guidelines for food safety, CDC incidence reports of Salmonella are on the rise.  Some of the acute clinical symptoms related to these types of bacterial infection appear to be self-limiting, but the reality is that life-long problems persist.  Of interest to the lawyer and patient is to ensure that these significant risk factors are considered when the damages to the person are assessed.

How Safe is Locally Grown Food?

TASA ID: 1926

How safe is "locally grown" food?  Who is responsible for the safety of locally grown food?  What food safety guidelines or regulations are in place to guide food processors that sell food locally? Are local merchants or retail grocery chains liable for sourcing food that is locally grown by suppliers with inadequate systems? Those are the questions surrounding the phenomenon of "locally grown" food that litigators will seek answers to in a court of law.

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