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Jared Zola & James Murray

Jared Zola & James Murray
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With over 600 attorneys serving clients around the globe, Blank Rome LLP represents businesses and organizations ranging from Fortune 500 companies to start-up entities. Founded in 1946, Blank Rome advises clients on all aspects of their businesses, including commercial and corporate litigation; consumer finance; corporate, M&A, and securities; energy, environment, and mass torts; finance, restructuring, and bankruptcy; government contracts; insurance coverage; intellectual property and technology; labor and employment; maritime and international trade; matrimonial; policy and political law; real estate; tax, benefits, and private client; and white collar defense and investigations. Blank Rome also represents pro bono clients in a wide variety of cases and matters. For additional information, visit www.blankrome.com.

Jared Zola is a partner in Blank Rome LLP’s policyholder-only insurance coverage practice based in its New York office.  He is insurance coverage counsel to several major food companies and has significant experience handling coverage disputes involving Product Contamination Insurance claims.

 

 

 

James R. Murray is the leader of Blank Rome LLP’s policyholder-only insurance coverage practice based in its Washington, D.C. office.  He has significant experience handling coverage disputes involving Product Contamination Insurance claims.

 

 

 

 

 

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The recall button doesn’t have to be a panic button

Opinion

In recent years, the food industry has experienced a dramatic increase in recalls, withdrawals and contamination events.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) requested or monitored almost 100 Class I recalls involving serious health hazards related to meat, poultry and egg products in 2015, a 130 percent increase from 2010. Class… Continue Reading