One of the most common questions that I get from food and farm clients has to do with insurance. It affects every kind of business (including law practices!). It’s important for food and agriculture lawyers to have a cursory understanding on the breadth of issues that can arise with insurance in dealing with food and agriculture clients. Because of this, it was especially important for me to put out a Continuing Legal Education (“CLE”) webinar with my position at the Chair of the American Bar Association (“ABA”) General Practice Solo and Small Firm Division’s Agriculture Law Committee.
The live webcast was last September and it was titled “Counseling Farmers, Ranchers, Agri-Businesses and Food Entrepreneurs on Insurance” and the recording can be purchased here. The rockstar faculty member presenters include:
Rachel Armstrong, Esq. – Farm Commons – Madison, WI
Theodore A. Feitshans, Esq. – North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension – Raleigh, NC
L. Javan Grant, Esq. – Rogers Towers, P.A. – Wesley Chapel, FL
Maggy L. Gregory, Esq. – Daniel, Medley & Kirby, P.C. – Danville, VA
Michael R. Kelley, Esq. – McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC – Harrisburg, PA
This is a SUBSTANTIVE webinar and a whooping 2.0 hours. I didn’t want to scratch the surface with such an important topic so settle in and be ready to take some notes. It goes into the insurance issues affecting farmers/ranchers (both large and small operations), agri-businesses and food entrepreneurs. The materials that go along with this presentation are also quite thorough. Happy learning!
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