My Presentation on New York Farm Animal Welfare Law

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This presentation was prepared for  I was originally scheduled to give this presentation last month but it is postponed to this afternoon. Your can register for the live webcast or order the recording via Lawline. This presentation discusses the national perspective of livestock animal cruelty law, New York farm animal welfare law, “cowboy” criminal procedure (discussing search and seizure) and …

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Save the Date: Ag Law Webinar Series at Lawline

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Save the dates for several upcoming agriculture law webinars at Lawline in Lower Manhattan.  I will be giving live presentations for those of you around New York City.  The recordings can be viewed afterwards.  Each are 1 hour presentations worth 1 Continuing Legal Education (“CLE”) credit in New York (CLE credits available in other states) Survey of Legal Issues Affecting …

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Upcoming Animal Welfare Law CLE with the National Agriculture Law Center

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For those of you who won’t be attending the live webinar on renewable energy law for the agriculture industry on October 10 at 1pm ET, the National Agricultural Law Center and the American Agricultural Law Association will co-sponsor a webinar titled, Enforcing Animal Welfare Laws: Whose Job Is It Anyway? The program will address the authority of private citizens to …

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Overview of the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets

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I’m currently conducting a blog series where each week I give a brief overview of the responsibilities of a government agency regulating our food and agriculture system.  I think it’s a helpful reminder for everyone on just how complex our regulatory system really is.  It’s a game of Who’s Who for government players in the U.S. food and agriculture economy. …

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Fixing “Broken Windows” On Your Farm: The Little Things That Make a Big Difference

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Last week I finished the book “Tipping Point” by Malcolm Gladwell (admittedly, while I was laying on a beach over Memorial Day weekend).  I read “Outliers” last summer and “Blink” several years go and I think Gladwell’s books make for a thought-provoking quick read.  The premise of the book is about how the “little things” can make a big difference …

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