Marler Clark, The Food Safety Law Firm, is the nation’s leading law firm representing victims of E. coli outbreaks and hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS). The E. coli lawyers of Marler Clark have represented thousands of victims of E. coli and other foodborne illness infections 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 E. coli lawyers have litigated E. coli and HUS cases stemming from outbreaks traced to ground beef, raw milk, lettuce, spinach, sprouts, and other food products. The law firm has brought E. coli lawsuits against such companies as Jack in the Box, Dole, ConAgra, Cargill, and Jimmy John’s. We have proudly represented such victims as Brianne Kiner, Stephanie Smith and Linda Rivera.
If you or a family member became ill with an E. coli infection or HUS after consuming food and you’re interested in pursuing a legal claim, contact the Marler Clark E. coli 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.