Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Another Book Gives Tribute to Bill Marler

Last week, I tweeted about Poison, the book that describes the 1993 E. coli outbreak and features the story of one of our Visiting Professors, Bill Marler as the attorney for the victims.

Another book that credits Bill, Denis Stearns, and the Marler Clark firm was just released.  Ben Hewitt published “Making Supper Safe: One Man's Quest to Learn the Truth about Food Safety.”

Quoting from Hewitt's book:
It is safe to say that Marler Clark is the most prominent and successful foodborne-illness litigation firm in the world, and it is safe to say that Bill Marler is the most experienced and knowledgeable foodborne-illness attorney at his firm. Ergo, and no one I’ve spoken with disputes this, Bill Marler is the leading foodborne-illness litigator on earth. If you are sickened by a pathogenic bacteria in food, believe that you can prove your case, and furthermore would like to be handsomely compensated for your suffering, you should probably give bill a call.
Bill Marler's comment on his Food Poison Journal blog:  "Honestly, it is sad to say - and, why you need to read these books - that a lawyer can become the - "leading foodborne-illness litigator on earth.'"

There will be lots to talk about when Bill returns to Fayetteville this fall to teach our food safety litigation condensed course.

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