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Why Is There So Much Unhealthy Food In Schools? Inadequate Public Funding And The Sale Of Competitive Foods As A Revenue Source, Timothy Lytton 2015 Georgia State University College of Law

Why Is There So Much Unhealthy Food In Schools? Inadequate Public Funding And The Sale Of Competitive Foods As A Revenue Source, Timothy Lytton

Timothy D. Lytton

No abstract provided.


Is That Kosher?, Timothy Lytton 2015 Georgia State University College of Law

Is That Kosher?, Timothy Lytton

Timothy D. Lytton

No abstract provided.


Lessons From The L.A. Kosher Meat Scandal, Timothy Lytton 2015 Georgia State University College of Law

Lessons From The L.A. Kosher Meat Scandal, Timothy Lytton

Timothy D. Lytton

No abstract provided.


Organized Crime And Kosher Food Certification, Timothy Lytton 2015 Georgia State University College of Law

Organized Crime And Kosher Food Certification, Timothy Lytton

Timothy D. Lytton

No abstract provided.


Is There A Secret Ingredient In The Jewish Relationship With Food?, Timothy Lytton, Allan Nadler, Andy Kastner, Jonathan Klawans, David Kraemer, Joan Nathan, Jami Attenberg, Sue Fishkoff, Ari Hart, Michael Stern, Ruth Reichl 2015 Georgia State University College of Law

Is There A Secret Ingredient In The Jewish Relationship With Food?, Timothy Lytton, Allan Nadler, Andy Kastner, Jonathan Klawans, David Kraemer, Joan Nathan, Jami Attenberg, Sue Fishkoff, Ari Hart, Michael Stern, Ruth Reichl

Timothy D. Lytton

No abstract provided.


The Guru Of Kashrut: Rabbi Alexander S. Rosenberg And The Transformation Of Kosher Certification In America, Timothy Lytton 2015 Georgia State University College of Law

The Guru Of Kashrut: Rabbi Alexander S. Rosenberg And The Transformation Of Kosher Certification In America, Timothy Lytton

Timothy D. Lytton

No abstract provided.


Chopped Herring And The Making Of The American Kosher Certification System, Timothy Lytton 2015 Georgia State University College of Law

Chopped Herring And The Making Of The American Kosher Certification System, Timothy Lytton

Timothy D. Lytton

No abstract provided.


Moving Beyond The Battle Over Eco-Kosher: Kosher Certification As A Model (Not A Means) For Ethical Food Labeling, Timothy Lytton 2015 Georgia State University College of Law

Moving Beyond The Battle Over Eco-Kosher: Kosher Certification As A Model (Not A Means) For Ethical Food Labeling, Timothy Lytton

Timothy D. Lytton

No abstract provided.


Consumer Vigilance And The Kosher Cookies-And-Cream Ice Cream Caper, Timothy Lytton 2015 Georgia State University College of Law

Consumer Vigilance And The Kosher Cookies-And-Cream Ice Cream Caper, Timothy Lytton

Timothy D. Lytton

No abstract provided.


Who's Guarding The Hen House? Misconceptions About Kosher Chicken Production And The Need For Further Study, Timothy Lytton, Joe Regenstein 2015 Georgia State University College of Law

Who's Guarding The Hen House? Misconceptions About Kosher Chicken Production And The Need For Further Study, Timothy Lytton, Joe Regenstein

Timothy D. Lytton

No abstract provided.


Scandal And Self-Correction In Kosher Food Certification, Timothy Lytton 2015 Georgia State University College of Law

Scandal And Self-Correction In Kosher Food Certification, Timothy Lytton

Timothy D. Lytton

No abstract provided.


Book Review: Aids In The World, 16 Hous. J. Int'l L. 709 (1994), Mark Wojcik 2015 John Marshall Law School

Book Review: Aids In The World, 16 Hous. J. Int'l L. 709 (1994), Mark Wojcik

Mark E. Wojcik

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Ag Gag Past, Present, And Future, Justin F. Marceau 2015 Seattle University School of Law

Ag Gag Past, Present, And Future, Justin F. Marceau

Seattle University Law Review

While the animal rights and food justice movements are relatively young, their political unpopularity has generated a steady onslaught of legislation designed to curtail their effectiveness. At each stage of their nascent development, these movements have confronted a new wave of criminal or civil sanctions carefully tailored to combat the previous successes the movements had achieved.


Pay No Attention To That Man Behind The Curtain: Concealment, Revelation, And The Question Of Food Safety, Denis W. Stearns 2015 Seattle University School of Law

Pay No Attention To That Man Behind The Curtain: Concealment, Revelation, And The Question Of Food Safety, Denis W. Stearns

Seattle University Law Review

Despite knowledge that commerce in food is a profit-driven enterprise, the public has consistently put great faith in the wholesomeness and safety of the food being purchased. To some extent, such faith is necessary, even if not always justified. In making the decision to put a bite of food in one’s own mouth, or the mouth of a friend or family member, a form of faith or trust must accompany the act of eating. For who would knowingly eat food suspected to be unsafe? But that is precisely what millions of people do every year, with a great many ...


Keynote Remarks: Re-Tooling Law And Legal Education For Food System Reform: Food Law And Policy In Practice, Emily M. Broad Leib 2015 Seattle University School of Law

Keynote Remarks: Re-Tooling Law And Legal Education For Food System Reform: Food Law And Policy In Practice, Emily M. Broad Leib

Seattle University Law Review

Thank you for the opportunity to be with you today and to take part in this symposium on the important role law schools and lawyers can play in changing our food system. Food preferences and food choices are incredibly personal, but the way we produce and consume food, and its impacts on our environment, public health, and the safety of ourselves and others, make it a pressing societal issue as well.


Opening The Barnyard Door: Transparency And The Resurgence Of Ag-Gag & Veggie Libel Laws, Nicole E. Negowetti 2015 Seattle University School of Law

Opening The Barnyard Door: Transparency And The Resurgence Of Ag-Gag & Veggie Libel Laws, Nicole E. Negowetti

Seattle University Law Review

Over the past several decades, as the agricultural system became increasingly industrialized and the steps from farm to plate multiplied, consumers became farther removed from the sources of their food. Until recently, most consumers in America were content to eat their processed, cheap, and filling foods without giving a second thought to how these foods were produced. The tides are changing. Increasingly, consumers are calling for more transparency in the food system. Repulsed by images of animal cruelty and shocked by unsavory food production practices, consumers want the food industry’s veil lifted and are demanding changes in food production ...


The Dangerous Right To Food Choice, Samuel R. Wiseman 2015 Seattle University School of Law

The Dangerous Right To Food Choice, Samuel R. Wiseman

Seattle University Law Review

Scholars, advocates, and interest groups have grown increasingly concerned with the ways in which government regulations—from agricultural subsidies to food safety regulations to licensing restrictions on food trucks—affect access to local food. One argument emerging from the interest in recent years is that choosing what foods to eat, what I have previously called “liberty of palate,” is a fundamental right. The attraction is obvious: infringements of fundamental rights trigger strict scrutiny, which few statutes survive. As argued elsewhere, the doctrinal case for the existence of such a right is very weak. This Essay does not revisit those arguments ...


Re-Tooling Marine Food Supply Resilience In A Climate Change Era: Some Needed Reforms, Robin Kundis Craig 2015 Seattle University School of Law

Re-Tooling Marine Food Supply Resilience In A Climate Change Era: Some Needed Reforms, Robin Kundis Craig

Seattle University Law Review

Ocean fisheries and marine aquaculture are an important but often overlooked component of world food security. For example, of the seven billion (and counting) people on the planet, over one billion depend on fish as their primary source of protein, and fish is a primary source of protein (30 percent or more of protein consumed) in many countries around the world, including Japan, Greenland, Taiwan, Indonesia, several countries in Africa, and several South Pacific island nations. Marine fisheries and marine aquaculture have been subject to a number of stressors that can undermine world food security, including overfishing, habitat destruction, and ...


Scuttling Iuu Fishing And Rewarding Sustainable Fishing: Enhancing The Effectiveness Of The Port State Measures Agreement With Trade-Related Measures, Anastasia Telesetsky 2015 Seattle University School of Law

Scuttling Iuu Fishing And Rewarding Sustainable Fishing: Enhancing The Effectiveness Of The Port State Measures Agreement With Trade-Related Measures, Anastasia Telesetsky

Seattle University Law Review

Illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing (IUU fishing) is a substantial threat to global food security and a recurring problem for global fishery managers already facing difficult baseline situations exacerbated by climate change, including warming oceans and increasing acidification. There is nothing historically new about IUU fishing; there have always been poachers who take advantage of operating in the shadows of legal commercial fishing. What is new is the extent to which marine poaching has industrialized. It is estimated that 19% of the worldwide value of marine catches are unlawful. The problem is not limited to developing states. For example, even ...


Intractable Delay And The Need To Amend The Petition Provisions Of The Fdca, Diana R. H. Winters 2015 Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Intractable Delay And The Need To Amend The Petition Provisions Of The Fdca, Diana R. H. Winters

Indiana Law Journal

Private party oversight has proven to be ineffective at countering inaction by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Inaction when regulation is warranted can put the public at continued and increasing risk of harm, but the failure of private enforcement to compel action reverberates beyond this harm to the interests of individuals. It also diminishes the transparency of agency decision making, lessens the opportunity for public participation, and reduces the interaction between the institutions that oversee agencies. Moreover, the benefits afforded to the administrative process by judicial review are weakened.

This Article analyzes two examples of FDA inertia and compares ...


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