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Ag Law in the Field

Dec 17, 2020

We're back for our fourth annual ag law year in review!  Paul Goeringer and I walk through several of the biggest ag law stories across the country.

The list this year includes: Dicamba, the Clean Water Act, Right to Farm/Nuisance, and Beef Checkoff litigation.

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Nov 26, 2020

If there is one thing we know farmers and ranchers like to do, it's to have difficult conversations about their feelings and future plans, right?

Although these conversations may not be enjoyable, they are extremely important in order to ensure the success of the transition of a farm from one generation to the...


Nov 12, 2020

When can a farmer save seed to use again for the next season?  What protections are in place for seed companies to prevent the illegal use or sale of seed?  What protections are offered by patent law, the Plant Variety Protection Act, and license agreements?

These are the questions I sat down with Arkansas-based...


Oct 29, 2020

I am not even sure where to start with this one.  I suppose we start either with the chicken or the egg.  When criminal law attorney, Andrew Decker, had a case involving poultry that resulted in a criminal complaint, he found himself digging into the Texas Agriculture Code because his argument depended on open...


Oct 8, 2020

Family law is not my forte, which is why I contacted Stacey Barber to come and give us a lesson today!  Stacey is a family law attorney in Lubbock, TX and she did a great job of talking about community property.  

What is the law in a community property state?  What is the difference between community and separate...