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7th Circuit: Nothing “Loko” About Denying Defense Based on Liquor Liability Exclusion

In Netherlands Insurance Company v. Phusion Projects, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the insurer of the makers of Four Loko has no duty to defend it in lawsuits alleging the alcoholic beverage caused serious injury and death. 

Posted in Duty to Defend, Food and Drug Administration, Food Manufacturer, Food Safety, Insurance Coverage, Liability Policy, Liquor Liability Exclusion, Policy Exclusions, Public Health

NY Court’s Rejection of City’s Soda Restrictions May Chill Similar Health Mandates Says Rich Fama and Other Experts

In wake of the New York state court’s ruling striking down the New York City Department of Health’s controversial large soda ban, Law360 has this article describing the possible regulatory implications. The full opinion may be found here. About The

Posted in Food Manufacturer, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Municipal, Public Health, Regulation
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