Why are Sprouts so Dangerous? Sprouts are often the Cause of Food Poisoning
While sprouts have been a staple in Chinese cuisine for centuries, over the decades they have been gaining popularity in...
Tony Coveny has been practicing infectious disease litigation exclusively for more than a decade, settling cases against major agro-industrial companies, international suppliers, and domestic distributors and manufacturers. Tony Coveny, alongside Ron Simon, has tried cases against restaurants, distributors, national manufacturers, and foreign corporations to recover damages against their clients. From the main office in Houston, which he manages, he speaks to potential and current clients on a daily basis.
Having been a professor of Public Administration and American Government, with his Doctorate from the University of New Mexico, he also works with local and state health departments to investigate food borne illnesses and to trace the pathogens to their source. He has authored hundreds of on-line articles, and law review articles, most having to deal with food safety.
J.D. University of Houston – 2007
Ph.D. University of New Mexico, Political Science; statistical analysis – 2002
M.A. University of New Mexico, Latin American Studies – 1997
BA, Seattle Pacific University, History and Political Science – 1994