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Marler Clark Funds IAFP’s 2012 Travel Awards

Five state and local health and state agricultural department officials were recipients of the 2012 IAFP Travel Awards. The awards, funded by the national food safety law firm of Marler Clark, helped five meritorious officials participate in the International Association for Food Protection’s annual meeting held during the past week in Providence, RI. The awards… Continue Reading

Attorneys Donate Scholarship Funds

Seniors at Maiden High School in North Carolina will soon be eligible to receive the newly established Bobby Ray Hullett – Marler Clark Memorial Scholarship for the pursuit of higher education in science. The $2,500 scholarship fund, which will be awarded in $500 increments over five years, was donated in memory of Maiden, NC resident… Continue Reading

Scholarship Donated on Behalf of E. coli Victim

A new science scholarship will help students at West Broward High School in Pembroke Pines, FL  who hope to pursue higher education. Marler Clark, the Seattle-based food safety law firm, announced a donation Monday of $10,000 to the newly established Marler Clark–Samantha Safranek Scholarship Fund. Samantha Safranek, who graduated from West Broward High last spring,… Continue Reading

Food Safety Firm Supports Education

The Rock Island-Milan Education Foundation, a nonprofit education foundation in Illinois, recently received a $25,000 donation towards its Science Scholarship for high school seniors. The Science Scholarship will be offered to Rock Island High School students who are interested in pursuing a college degree and then a career in a science field.  Seattle-based food safety… Continue Reading

Publisher’s Platform

Food Safety News to provide $25,000 scholarship for consumer advocacy. In less than two weeks (on Sept. 14), the House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce, headed by Representatives Dingell (D-MI), Waxman (D-CA), and Stupak (D-MI), will hold what has become an annual event–yet another hearing on the failings of the food industry to… Continue Reading