Episode 44 of Ag Law Today: Renewable Energy on the Farm

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Loved this conversation with Todd Janzen, an agriculture lawyer based in Indianapolis with Janzen Schroeder Ag Law, on this episode of Ag Law Today.  We are talking all things renewable energy.  You can listen to the podcast on YouTube here.

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Episode 46 of Ag Law Today: Livestock Confinement Laws

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I loved this episode of Ag Law Today featuring Beth Rumley with the National Agriculture Law Center.  Hear us speak about livestock animal confinement laws here. Please subscribe on YouTube so you never miss a beat!

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Episode 44 of Ag Law Today: Renewable Energy on the Farm

Cari Rincker Energy Law, Food & Ag Law, Property Law Leave a Comment

Loved this conversation with Todd Janzen, an agriculture lawyer based in Indianapolis with Janzen Schroeder Ag Law, on this episode of Ag Law Today.  We are talking all things renewable energy.  You can listen to the podcast on YouTube here.

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Ask Stephanie: What are the Right to Privacy Concerns Facing Livestock Photographers?

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There are four major types of privacy law: unreasonable intrusion upon seclusion, unreasonable revelation of private facts, unreasonably placing another person in a false light; and, misappropriation of a person’s name or likeness. Intrusion: One who intentionally intrudes, physically or otherwise, upon the solitude or seclusion of another or his private affairs or concerns, is subject to liability to the …

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Livestock Leases

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Leasing livestock, rather than buying it, can be a better option for many farmers depending on the situation. Leases are available for different types of livestock and the agreement should include the following clauses: 1. Description of Animals: The lease should include how many of the livestock are being leased and descriptions of the animals, including any special identifying features. …

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I’m Now a “Super” Lawyer!

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Hope you had a great Fourth of July!  I spent the weekend around New York City.  I am proud to announce that I was named a 2015 Rising Star for Metro New York by Super Lawyers.  My law practice is celebrating it’s 6th year anniversary this month.  Thanks for your support!

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It’s That Time of Year Again… Vote for Me as the Best Livestock Lawyer

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It’s that time of year again when the Best of the Barns Competition is underway.  Yours truly is up for the Best Livestock Lawyer (Question 22).  Please take a moment to cast your vote!  Thanks for your blog readership and support over the last four years.

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Thanks For Your Support! Best Livestock Lawyer “In the Barn”

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For the second year in a row, I was selected as the Best Livestock Lawyer in the Best of the Barns Competition.  Thank you to all of my beloved readers and supporters.  Without you, I couldn’t live my dream. An extra special thanks to those of you who voted for me!  Really appreciate it. You can see the other winners …

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I Need Your Votes in the Best of the Barns Competition for “Best Livestock Lawyer”

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It’s that time of year again when I asked my beloved readers to take a moment and show their support.  Ranch House Designs, Inc. is having its annual Best of the Barns Competition and I have been nominated as the “Best Livestock Lawyer” (Question 18).  Voting closes on the 30th of the month (one vote per email address).  Last year …

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