EGCR’s Fun Legal Fact of the Week

EGCR’s Fun Legal Fact of the Week

EGCR’s Fun Legal Fact of the Week is here to help you get through the work week by sharing a random fact about a state law, regulation, and more!

FUN FACT! red Rubber Stamp over a white background.

On June 30th, 1906, the Federal Meat Inspection Act was made into law after the discovery of poor conditions in the meat industry. These unacceptable conditions included, but not limited to, unsanitary settings during the slaughtering process and the use of poisonous chemicals in products.

The Federal Meat Inspection Act insured such activities would be dissolved and improved conditions in the meat industry. The law itself was defined to make sure all red-meat items and red-meat products would no longer be mislabeled. Also, the law stated that it would enforce meat companies to have their slaughtering processes to be set in sanitary conditions.

Over the years, the meat industry would have more laws embedded onto their line of work as way to make sure American consumers were not purchasing tainted products, such as, the Inspection of Poultry in 1957.

What Clients Say

Thank you so much.  I am so happy with your service.  Truly, I am a client for life.  You guys know what it means to make me feel special as a client, and not just a number.  Thank you so much.

R. Bexley

“Our firm has used Elizabeth Gallo Court Reporting on two occasions. I am extremely impressed with their level of professionalism and ability to get a deposition done for us in a VERY short period of time. They were very professional and most of all responsive to any inquiries I had. Joanie and Heather both left lasting impressions on me!”

L. Martin

“Thanks so much for your help. You are the best of all the firms we have used. Keep up the good work please!”

L. Johnson

“We are very happy with you guys and will continue to use you for all future depositions. Thank you again.”

K. Simpson

“My attorneys spoke very highly of your services. They definitely want to use your services. Good job.”

D. Gunnells