LEGAL VOX POP: Will 2016 be a bumper year for class action lawsuits? Top attorneys weigh in

VOX POP: Will 2016 be a bumper year for class action lawsuits?

Will 2016 be another bumper year for food-labeling class action lawsuits, or has the FDA’s surprise decision to weigh into the ‘natural’ debate put a spanner in the works for plaintiff’s attorneys? We quizzed leading food law attorneys to find out (gallery best viewed on your desktop).

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