Law360, New York (January 2, 2015, 5:24 PM EST) -- As 2015 gets underway, food labeling class actions will show no signs of slowing down and may face a tough test at the Ninth Circuit, while genetically modified foods will continue to be the subject of public controversy and litigation, with special attention paid to a challenge to Vermont’s groundbreaking GMO labeling law.
Here’s a look at the food and beverage cases attorneys will have their eyes on in the new year.
Kane et al. v. Chobani Inc.
The Northern District of California's "food court" has seen an abundance of food-labeling consumer class actions in recent years, particularly over the alleged...
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