In this episode of Ag Law Today, hear me interview Brian Schaumburg on farm succession planning on this episode of Ag Law Today. Don’t forget to subscribe to Ag Law Today on YouTube so you don’t miss a beat. You can watch this episode or other episodes of Ag Law Today (via Purdue University Extension). More info on Ag …
Episode 43 of Ag Law Today: Processing Laws
I loved this conversation with Beth Rumley on this episode of Ag Law Today speaking about all things slaughter and processing laws. The National Agriculture Law Center is such a wealth of information. Beth is a brilliant writer and speaker. The agriculture community is lucky to have her.
Episode 41 of Ag Law Today: Ag Data
Episode 38 of Ag Law Today: Fence Law
Ask Cari: Q & A on Farm/Ranch Estate and Succession Plan
How can the property and finances be split if a succession plan is Not in place? If you don’t have a plan in writing with a Last Will and Testament, Trust and/or business formation documents (e.g., Operating Agreement or Bylaws) then the law will decide for you. Everybody has an estate plan- it’s what the “default rules” are in your …
Episode 34 of Ag Law Today: Contracts in a COVID Era
Episode 27 of Ag Law Today: Community Supported Agriculture
Agriculture Mediation Programs
Did you know that the US Department of Agriculture administers agriculture mediation programs organized at the state level to help mediate right-to-farm and federal farm program disputes for free? You can find the fact sheet for the program here. I am on the agriculture mediation roster for both New York and New Jersey, and pending admission on the Illinois roster. …
Ag Law Today Episode 23: Hemp Law
Ask Stephanie: What are the Right to Privacy Concerns Facing Livestock Photographers?
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 …