IFLR Lecturer Tommy Tobin's new Food Law Book

Tommy Tobin's book "Food Law: A Practical Guide" offers attorneys an introduction to the topic.

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Food law is a hot topic today in law practice. Tommy Tobin, an Institute for Food Laws and Regulations guest lecturer, has written and edited a new book, "Food Law: A Practical Guide," designed to offer attorneys an introduction to the topic. As noted in the book, “Food litigation has quickly become a distinct practice area in commercial litigation, with the plaintiffs’ bar increasingly targeting the industry, law firms establishing practice teams focusing on these matters.” The book is available from the ABA.

IFLR recently invited Tommy to speak to students about his experience defending false advertising claims and consumer protection claims for well-known international corporations. He is a contributing subject matter expert in IFLR's course Regulatory Leadership in Food Law.


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