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Hogan Lovells is changing how we deliver our food law and policy content. On August 17 we will be moving the A Seat at the Table blog to a new technology platform: Hogan Lovells Engage.

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In light of a recent wrongful death action brought against a major retailer related to an alleged workplace COVID-19 infection, businesses with continuing operations are concerned about potential liability risks they may face as a result of COVID-19.

Join us on Tuesday, April 28th at 12 p.m. ET as partners Michael Kidney and George Ingham

On 15 January 2020, President Donald J. Trump and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He signed a “Phase One” Agreement between the United States and China, a truce halting the escalating trade tensions between the two global trading heavyweights. The Phase One Agreement follows an investigation by the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR)

Join us in London for a food seminar, “New U.S. food manufacturing, labeling, and inspection requirements – What you need to know to export foods ”

On 19 April, Hogan Lovells will offer a seminar on recent developments in U.S. food law that affect all food companies exporting food to the U.S.

U.S. partners Maile

As seen in news reports, two recent Department of Justice (DOJ or Department) memoranda address the role of guidance documents in civil enforcement actions. Taken together, the two memoranda greatly limit the Department’s use of DOJ and other agencies’ guidance documents to support civil enforcement actions, as guidance documents do not impose binding standards on

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently issued its final rule addressing Foreign Supplier Verification Programs (FSVPs) under the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).  The regulation parallels the supplier verification provisions of the preventive controls regulations, requiring “importers” to develop and implement supplier verification programs for food imported to the United States. The rule