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contaminated food

  • Roundup: 5th, 6th, 9th and 11th Circuits

    Stored Communications Act doesn’t protect cell phone contents; CEO who caused company bankruptcy needs longer prison sentence; Customer can sue for emotional distress over uneaten contaminated food; Externs not employees under FLSA

  • Sheriff’s deputy can sue over uneaten phlegm burger

    Burger King Corp. promises that you can “Have it your way” at its restaurants. But that motto didn’t hold true for one sheriff’s deputy, who received a phlegm-filled burger at one of the chain’s Washington state locations.

  • FDA proposes new food safety rules

    If you’re one of the unlucky individuals who has ever gotten sick from contaminated food, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is on your side.

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