I want to thank everyone who participated in the Crop and Livestock/Equine Insurance CLE last month hosted the American Bar Association’s (“ABA”) General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division’s (“GP Solo”) Agriculture Law Committee. We had a tremendous turnout. Even though the webinar lecture time ran a bit short, I feel confident that attendees received their money’s worth with a substantive outline and materials. After reviewing the comments of attendees, a future CLE focused on livestock and equine insurance may be planned. If you are interested in being involved in this CLE, or another agriculture law CLE, I encourage you to join the ABA GP Solo Agriculture Law Committee.
Since the webinar, I’ve received several questions about the recording. Yes, it was recorded and is available for purchase through the ABA. Please remember that members of the American Agriculture Law Association (“AALA”), ABA Section of the Environment, Energy and Resources’s (“SEER”) Agriculture Management Committee, and the ABA Trial Tort and Insurance Practice Section’s (“TIPS”) Animal Law Committee were co-sponsors of the event so members can purchase the recorded version at the GP Solo price.
Just so you know, I don’t get paid anything from the ABA when you purchase the recorded version of the webinar. I’m just an ABA volunteer. I hope that you find the webinar educational and worth-while.
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