New Ruling on Acrylamide Brings Breakfast Back to the Table – First Coffee, Now Cereal

[Author note: this post was written by Wendel Rosen attorney Wendy Manley.]   Just weeks after a court determined that a Proposition 65 (Prop 65) warning is required for acrylamide in coffee, a California appellate court ruled a warning is NOT required for acrylamide in breakfast cereals.  Acrylamide is listed as a carcinogen by theContinue reading “New Ruling on Acrylamide Brings Breakfast Back to the Table – First Coffee, Now Cereal”

Regulators Prepare to Roast Prop 65 Coffee Warning Requirement

My favorite Megan Mullally quote, and there are many, is her ode to coffee: “I’ll quit coffee. It won’t be easy drinking my Bailey’s straight, but I’ll get used to it. It’ll still be the best part of waking up.” Wendel Rosen attorney, Wendy Manley, recently wrote about the new labeling requirements for coffee. AsContinue reading “Regulators Prepare to Roast Prop 65 Coffee Warning Requirement”

New Product Labeling Requirements for Coffee

[This post was written by Wendel Rosen environmental attorney Wendy Manley.]   Coffee drinkers were pleasantly surprised recently to learn their daily beverage may afford a number of health benefits. The beverage contains antioxidants and nutrients, and may protect against Type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and liver cancer. Make that a double latte, please.            Continue reading “New Product Labeling Requirements for Coffee”

New Year’s Resolution – Avoid Class Action Lawyers

Is it odd for a lawyer to write a blogpost about how to avoid lawyers?  Not at all. We hate to see claims of misrepresentation made against our clients by plaintiff’s class action attorneys. Typically, their claims have little merit and mean only wasted time, money and energy. The goal of the class action attorneysContinue reading “New Year’s Resolution – Avoid Class Action Lawyers”