PHILADELPHIA, September 25, 2014: Morgan Lewis today announced the launch of a new resource on trends in law and policy affecting food and beverage industry clients. The blog, “Well Done: The New Source on Food Litigation and Regulation,” will cover key regulatory developments, litigation issues and pitfalls, and best practices for the food and beverage industry. Featuring content by lawyers in Morgan Lewis’s FDA, litigation, labor and employment, and intellectual property practices, the blog will cover everything from food labeling issues to false advertising claims to wage-and-hour regulations, providing an essential resource for navigating the ups and downs of the food industry. It can be found online at http://blogs.morganlewis.com/welldone/.
“Well Done” will be led by Robert Hibbert, a partner in Morgan Lewis’s FDA practice. Mr. Hibbert counsels his clients in the federal regulation of the food and agricultural industries, with an emphasis on the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Morgan Lewis provides a full complement of services to leading U.S. and global food and beverage companies, including comprehensive regulatory counseling, risk management, litigation, and transactional assistance. Our clients, ranging from startups to multinationals and their financial partners, benefit from our teams of lawyers who combine intimate knowledge of the workings of both the FDA and the USDA.