On November 28, 2012, associate Daniel S. Blynn
spoke on the panel, “Preventing Follow-On Litigation After Government Warning Letters or Inspections,” at the ACI Food Consumer Fraud Litigation Conference in Chicago, IL. Mr. Blynn identified the behavior that can trigger negative attention from the government, as well as the standards around adulteration, contamination and misbranding. He also discussed how to respond to government warning letters without creating a litigation roadmap and how to deal with adverse government publicity, especially when the government uses or implies fraudulent behavior.
Kelley Drye Speaker:
Daniel S. Blynn, Associate
November 28, 2012