Not only did Cari grow up in production agriculture but her boots remain firmly planted in the industry as a food and agriculture attorney and mediator. Cari is a nationally recognized food and agriculture lawyer and an adjunct professor at Vermont University, School of Law, teaching a myriad of food and agriculture law courses. Cari is a trained mediator and on agriculture mediation rosters in New York, New Jersey and Illinois to mediate federal farm program disputes with the USDA and right-to-farm disputes.
Cari is passionate about keeping disputes out of the courthouse and regularly speaks about how litigation is not the answer to all problems. Let Cari get in the middle of your food and agriculture law dispute.
As a general rule, mediation sessions with Cari are booked for 2 hours but more complex cases can be books for a half a day or full day, if needed. Participants are encouraged to have their own consulting attorney and by agreement those lawyers can participate in the mediation.
To learn more about whether mediation is right for you, contact Cari and make an appointment to learn about the process.