OFW Law’s Litigation group represents agricultural businesses, associations, farmers, food and beverage, drug, and medical device manufacturers, processors, retailers, grocers, convenience stores, and other related entities across the food and agriculture spectrum. Our Litigation team has decades of specialized experience handing in all aspects of judicial and administrative litigation, including class actions. OFW Law has successfully represented hundreds of clients in lawsuits and administrative proceedings, including matters related to trafficking and other Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) charges related to SNAP vendor licenses, odor and nuisance cases brought against pork and poultry producers, food labeling class actions, commercial litigation, labor and employment matters, and cases arising under the Administrative Procedure Act (APA), the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), and a wide variety of other federal statutes and regulations.
Our attorneys have extensive experience with federal and state administrative agencies, including USDA and FDA, that regulate the food and agricultural industries. Our team is well informed of pending regulatory changes and understands the interplay between federal and state laws, and associated litigation risks. We have deep relationships with Congress and with agency officials and know to represent our clients effectively while meeting litigation budgets.