Marler sues food “auditor” Primus Labs in listeria cantaloupe case

by Walter Olson on February 26, 2014

Bill Marler, the ubiquitous food-poisoning lawyer, argues that in undertaking to “audit” food distributors’ safety practices, the Santa Maria, Calif.-based firm assumes legal duties that extend to the general public at risk for foodborne illness. [Lora Abcarian, Produce News]

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1 Boblipton 02.26.14 at 4:59 pm

If Bill Marler is a food-poisoning lawyer, he must either be a very good lawyer to get off the food-poisoning charges or is trying a Hail-Mary pass. In either case, as a food poisoner, he’s responsible for the poisoning and not whoever is trying to audit the process, no matter how good a lawyer he is. Unless he is claiming that being a lawyer has destroyed his sense of right and wrong, which may be true.


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