Glenford was featured live on CTV News this past Monday, stating that “while the ban may seem jarring to consumers, it’s the result of almost 15 years worth of dialogue with industry and comes with a two year phase-out period for retailers” and that Health Canada’s position “is largely aligned with the Food and Drug Administration in the United States and mirrors actions already taken by some countries Europe.”
On June 20, Glenford presented at the remarkable Michigan State College of Law’s Global Food Law Conference on current issues. He provided attendees with a deep dive analysis on food fraud prosecutions in Ontario arising from investigations by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency over the past several years, including R. v. Mucci, R. v. Creation Foods, R. v. AMCO, R. v. Thomas Canning, and R. v. Eastern Meat Solutions.
Michigan State’s Food Law program is a world-leader in developing food law education and resources. Glenford teaches Canadian Food Law and Regulation as part of the college’s Masters program.
Glenford was interviewed in February by Sean Robichaud, a highly respected criminal lawyer and host of Of Counsel. Glenford spoke with Sean about developing his practice, the state of food law in Ontario and Canada, and what it means to hyperspecialize in law.
BLG lawyer Amélie Gouin and Glenford visited McGill Law School this past spring. We got to do a food law edition of Scared Straight, speaking to students about our careers as food lawyers.Read More
Precedent Magazine has named Glenford Jameson amongst six exceptional lawyers in their first ten years of practice who demonstrate professional excellence and a commitment to community service. Glenford, who continues to work hard to develop a nascent area of law also volunteers his time with learning farms and professional bodies. Check out the article here and learn more about his professional and volunteer activities here.