Perkins Coie LLP is pleased to announce the launch of its Food Litigation blog, a resource designed to provide real-time information on the dynamic world of food and beverage litigation.  The blog is authored by Perkins Coie lawyers with deep litigation and regulatory experience representing food industry clients.  In updates posted throughout the week, we offer analysis of key decisions from courts throughout the country, track new filings against the food industry, and report on important developments in class action law that bear directly on food litigation cases.  Our blog is, first and foremost, a resource for litigation updates but will also carry updates on important regulatory, legislative, and administrative activity affecting food industry clients. All of the blog’s information will be organized by topic area in a searchable format and will include access to copies of the underlying orders and complaints themselves.

Thank you for visiting and checking us out.  We hope to see you here in the future, and that you will come to rely on the blog as a tool to advise both internal and external clients on important updates in the world of food and beverage litigation.

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Charles Sipos is a class action litigator with more than two decades of experience focusing on technology, consumer goods, and privacy issues.

He litigates class actions nationwide and has appeared and argued on behalf of defendants in federal courts, including in California, Colorado…

Charles Sipos is a class action litigator with more than two decades of experience focusing on technology, consumer goods, and privacy issues.

He litigates class actions nationwide and has appeared and argued on behalf of defendants in federal courts, including in California, Colorado, the District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oregon, Washington, and the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Second, Seventh, Ninth, and Eleventh Circuits. Charles’ litigation successes have included dismissals and summary judgment based on lack of Article III injury, statutory standing under consumer protection laws, federal preemption, primary jurisdiction, failure to allege damages, First Amendment protection for commercial speech, the “reasonable consumer” standard, and related defenses.