We are fortunate to live in the U.S. where we enjoy one of the world's safest food supplies. Despite our
Join Rania V. Sedhom, Founding Member of Sedhom Law Group, PLLC, A Bespoke Law Firm, Lucky Lee, VP of Sales for Lucky’s Real Tomatoes, and Paula Fisher, owner of A&L Ag Solutions, LLC, as they discuss the Food Safety Modernization Act, how to handle a product recall, and an attorney’s ethical obligations and conundrums.
Rania V. Sedhom interviews Lucky Lee and Paula Fisher about food recalls and advises listeners about the ethical landmines that attorneys may face when assisting their clients with recalls.
Rania V. Sedhom, Managing Partner of the firm, is an attorney who provides practical and efficient solutions to complex problems. Rania has extraordinary interpersonal skills that allow her to forge win-win relationships across diverse organizations and cross-functional stakeholders. She is also a skilled legal and business commentator with appearances on national print and TV media, including L.A. Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Baltimore Sun, Forbes, Inc., Business Week, and CNN Money.
Rania is admitted to the Bars of the State of New York and New Jersey, the Eastern District of New York, the Southern District of New York, the District of New Jersey and the Third Circuit. Rania attended Syracuse University College of Law, where she was Editor of The Labor Lawyer and The Digest and served as Vice-Justice of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. Prior to law school, Rania attended Columbia University where she majored in political science.
Lucky Lee (Richardson) is a founding partner of Lucky’s Real Tomatoes, New York’s only supplier of American,
Lucky’s Real Tomatoes has always worked with American farmers, specializing in bringing
Lucky’s Real Tomatoes is a member of United Fresh, The Produce Marketing Association, The James Beard House, is a board member of EWVIDCO and regular donor to City Harvest and City Meals on Wheels. Lucky’s product and story have been featured in The New York Times, New York Magazine, The New York Observer, The Daily News, New York Newsday and in cookbooks by renowned chefs Alain Ducasse, Andre Soltner, The Palm Steakhouse and Food & Wine. Her product has appeared in The Food Network’s “Follow That Food” and “Brooklyn Eats,” and also on “Ciao Italia” and on NBC’S Today Show. Lucky’s Real Tomatoes received the Quality by Purfresh Seal in recognition of their leadership initiatives in implementing a state of the art Ozone cleansing system, insuring that her product is sanitized and safe.
Lucky’s Real Tomatoes started on the back of a truck over thirty years ago, and has grown to become the premier specialty tomato purveyor in the New York area, and the only company focusing on American, fieldgrown, sunripened beefsteak tomatoes. Recently, a 25 year client of Lucky’s, offered her the ultimate compliment when he said she was
“The Danny Meyer of Tomatoes!”
Paula Fisher is the owner of A&L Ag Solutions, LLC., which provides a dynamic approach to food safety and data management. She grew up in fruit and vegetable production, owned and operated a farm of her own and has overseen the food safety program for the largest sweet corn shipper in the country. Working in the food safety industry since 2008 she now consults with growers and shippers across the country. She conducts second party food safety audits for major retailers and restaurant chains, has spoken to the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture and hosted a FSMA Produce Safety Readiness Review. Paula is committed to find reasonable and science based solutions that meet her customer’s needs.
Good presentation on ethics and professional responsibility but also on an area of substantive law which interests me but is rarely the topic of CLE courses. Thank you.
I really enjoyed this presentation. It was lively. I don't practice in this field and so it was all new to me, and I learned a lot.
Very insighful program
I thought she gave great practical advice for in house counsel on how to handle potential issues.
Great multi-presenter approach; very engaging!
I really enjoyed the format of this CLE which gave us an inside view into a reputable food-safety practicing company. It was also very informative about food-related illness and how important each aspect of food production (field growth, facility handling and transportation) can contribute to food-related pathogens/bacteria/contaminants.
very practical by involving people in the industry
An interesting and practical approach!
Very interesting presentation.
The format was a nice change, although i don't think i would want it every time.
Including a representative from the food industry was a great idea. Both speakers were informative, well spoken and organized. Interesting topic.
The panel format was very enjoyable
the female lawyer was great. Extremely personable, effective and the idea of bringing two non-lawyers brought some needed practicality to the lecture.
Great to have a panel of different professionals.
Very interesting and well presented
Very informative and relatable.
Really liked this format.
Different and interesting
Not an area I practice, but this such a cleverly conceived way to present this topic. Insightful and entertaining.
All three speakers were engaging and quite informative. The discussion about in-house vs. outside counsel was so valuable.
Very well done. Liked the inclusion of someone who is in the industry but is not an attorney.
Beautifully paced. Always interesting. Thank you.
Really found topic & format great
There was more business advice than specific legal content, but it didn't affect the usefulness of the program
Started a little slow, but was very informative in the end
A very informative course that will be helpful to me in my practice.
Pretty decent class learned a lot.
Good presentation on a seldom discussed topic.
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