Legal tensions surrounding PFAS in food have intensified in recent years, and they are likely to become more heated. We suggest that there are four steps companies can proactively take to enhance customer safety and limit possible damages related to PFAS litigation, including:
- Determine the source of the PFAS
- Determine how the liability - and risk - could be spread
- Know that civil liability often comes with regulatory liability
- Make sure your records are good
To read more, view the full article in Food Safety Magazine, here.
Ally Cunningham is a Partner at Lathrop GPM LLP in the Environmental & Tort Practice Group. She focuses on the areas of environmental, toxic tort and other crisis-related litigation. Ally’s national practice consists of trials ...
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