Marler Clark, The Food Safety Law Firm, is the nation’s leading law firm representing victims of Hepatitis A outbreaks. The Hepatitis A lawyers of Marler Clark have represented thousands of victims of Hepatitis A and other foodborne illness outbreaks and have recovered over $600 million for clients. Marler Clark is the only law firm in the nation with a practice focused exclusively on foodborne illness litigation. Our Hepatitis A lawyers have litigated Hepatitis A cases stemming from outbreaks traced to a variety of sources, such as green onions, lettuce and restaurant food. The law firm has brought Hepatitis A lawsuits against such companies as Subway, McDonald’s, Chipotle, Quiznos and Carl’s Jr.
If you or a family member became ill with a Hepatitis A infection after consuming food and you’re interested in pursuing a legal claim, contact the Marler Clark Hepatitis A attorneys for a free case evaluation.
2016 – Civil Beat News, by Rui Kaneya August 22.
2016 – This genius lawyer is our best hope against deadly food poisoning, by Kiera Butler Mother Jones May 20.
2015 – Profile in Obsession: Bill Marler, by Naomi Tomky March 24.
2015 – The New Yorker – A Bug in the System, The New Yorker, Wil S. Hylton, February 2.
2014 – Q&A: Food Safety Lawyer Bill Marler on What Not to Eat, The National Law Journal, Interview with Jenna Greene, November 3.
2012 – Bill Marler, Attorney, Blogger, and Food Safety Advocate, Talks Turkey (Or Spinach, Rather), Miami New Times, Interview with Ily Goyanes, November 2.
2012 – Bill Marler Interview, Part Two: His Most Difficult Cases and Lobbying Congress ,Miami New Times, Interview with Ily Goyanes, November 14.
2012 – Profiles in Public Health Law: Interview with William “Bill” Marler, CDC Public Health Law News, July.
2012 – Food Safety Lawyer Bill Marler On Sprouts, Raw Milk, and Why “Local” Isn’t Always Safer, Blisstree.com, Hanna Brooks Olsen, March 5.
2011 – Listeria outbreak draws Seattle lawyer to battle Associated Press, Shannon Dininny, October 9.
2011 – Food-Borne Illness Attorney: Top Foods to Avoid ABC News, Neal Karlinsky, September 29.
2011 – How to Keep Food Free of Salmonella: Lawsuits The Atlantic, Barry Estabrook, August 31.
2011 – More Stomach-Churning Facts about the E. Coli Outbreak New York Times, Mark Bittman, June 8.
2011 – Bill Marler: A Personal Injury Attorney and More The Xemplar, Nicole Black, June 1.
2011 – Good Food Hero: Bill Marler, Food Safety Attorney Good Food World, Gail Nickel-Kailing, May 23.
2011- Poisoned: The True Story of the Deadly E. coli Outbreak that Changed the Way Americans Eat Inspire Books, Jeff Benedict, May 15.
2011 – New Book Chronicles Islander Marler’s Work Bainbrige Island Review, Connie Mears, May 13.
2010 – Food Safety Lawyer Puts His Money Where Your Mouth Is AOL News, Andrew Schneider, September 29.
2009 – Food Safety Lawyer’s Wish: Put Me Out of Business Seattle Times, Maureen O’Hagan, November 23.
2009 – WSU Discourse on Food Safety, Courtesy Seattle Lawyer Kitsap Sun, Tristan Baurick, August 29.
2009 – When Food Sickens, He Heads for Courthouse Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Matt McKinney, June 24.
2009 – Bill Marler, The Food-Safety Litigator Culinate, Miriam Wolf, April.
2009 – Food Fight:Bill Marler’s Beef (PDF) Washington Law & Politics, David Volk, May.
2009 – Candidate for Top FSIS Job talks E. coli Testing, Irradiation, EducationThe Meating Place, Ann Bagel Storck, February 6.
2009 – Five Minutes with Bill Marler, Well Known Lawyer, Food Safety Activist CattleNetwork, Chuck Jolley, February 5.
2009 – Heath Surveillance the Key to Fresh Produce The Packer, Tom Karst, February 3.
2008 – Seattle Food Contamination Expert in China as Tainted Milk Sickens Thousands of Kids Seattle Health Examiner, September 23.
2008 – E. Coli Lawyer Is Busier Than Ever Associated Press, February 4.
2007 – Legally Speaking: The Food Poisoning Lawyer The Southeast Texas Record, John G. Browning, November 20.
2007 – The Nation’s Leading Food-borne Illness Attorney Tells All Washington State Magazine, Hannelore Sudermann, August.
2007 – Back to Court: Burst of E. coli Cases Returns Jack in the Box Litigator to the Scene Meat and Poultry News, Steve Bjerklie, June 8.
2007 – Food Fight Portland Oregonian, Alex Pulaski, March.
2007 – Mr. Food Illness Esquire QSR Magazine, Fred Minnick, February.
2006 – Seattle Attorney Dominates Food-Borne Illness Litigation KPLU, October 20.
2006 – How a Tiny Law Firm Made Hay Out of Tainted Spinach The Wall Street Journal, Heather Won Tesoriero and Peter Lattman, September 27.
2005 – Bill Marler – Education Holds Key in Tainted Food Fight King County Bar Association Bar Bulletin, Ross Anderson, November.
2001 – THE INSIDE STORY: How 11 Schoolkids Got $4.75 Million in E. coli Lawsuit MeatingPlace.com, Bryan Salvage, March 7.
2001 – Hammer Time: Preparation Pays When Disputes Escalate to Lawsuits Meat & Poultry Magazine, David Hendee
2001 – For Seattle Attorney, A Bacterium Brings Riches—and Enemies The Wall Street Journal, Rachel Zimmerman. February.
2001 – The Bug That Ate The Burger Los Angeles Times, Emily Green, June.
1999 – Courting Publicity, Attorney Makes Safe Food His Business Seattle Post, Maggie Leung, September 7.