Tag: georgia

Settlements and Implied Warranties

Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code contains powerful tools for buyers and sellers of food and other goods.  A recent case out of the Georgia Supreme Court emphasizes the critical gatekeeper function of the scope section of Article 2, Section 2-102.  This section provides: Unless the context otherwise requires, this Article applies to transactions … Continue Reading

Georgia House Unanimously Passes Food Safety Bill; Kellogg CEO Calls for Food Safety Reforms

Update to today’s earlier post: the Georgia House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill today that would strengthen food safety laws in Georgia. The Georgia House and Senate now will resolve minor differences in the proposed legislation and send a final version to Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue for his signature. Also today, the AP reports that … Continue Reading

Georgia is One Step Closer to Tough New Food Safety Law

The Georgia House of Representatives today considers proposed legislation to strengthen food safety rules in that state.  Among other things, Senate Bill 80 includes a provision that would require food makers to alert state inspectors within 24 hours if a plant’s internal tests show products are tainted.  Experts say no other state has such a rule. … Continue Reading
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