ACI’s 7th National Forum on

Food-Borne Illness Litigation

Advanced Strategies for Defending High-Profile Food Contamination Litigation Amid Increased Food Safety Requirements

Wednesday, January 27 to Thursday, January 28, 2016
Sheraton Fisherman\'s Wharf, San Francisco, CA


“Recalls of Organic Food on the Rise, Report Says” — New York Times, August 2015

“Conagra Fined $11.2. Million for Salmonella-Tainted Peanut Butter” — New York Times, May 2015

At ACI’s acclaimed 7th National Forum on Food-Borne Illness Litigation, you can benchmark your defense strategies with not only the leading defense counsel and in-house counsel from food and beverage companies, but have the unique opportunity to hear directly from those who are bringing the cases against your companies – the plaintiffs’ lawyers. This diversity of perspectives is what sets ACI’s Food Litigation conferences apart from other events.

Designed to minimize time spent out of the office while still providing the most relevant, high-level content, this one-day information-packed conference will deliver proven effective litigation strategies.

ACI has conducted extensive research to design a unique program with an expert faculty to provide practical solutions to addressing your most pressing concerns surrounding:

  • Whistleblower Claims – Understanding Employee Protections Under FSMA Section 402
  • How FDA’s Increased Authority to Inspect Your Testing Records Could Increase Your Litigation Risk
  • Cutting Edge Testing Methods You Need to Understand to Defend Your Case
  • How to Settle a Food-Borne Illness Personal Injury Claim – Perspectives from the Plaintiff and Defendant Side of the Negotiation Table

Seats at this one-day forum are limited – Reserve your spot today by calling 1-888-224-2480 or online.