I’m very excited to announce that I will be putting on a three part food and agriculture law series with Lawline. These will be the first food and agriculture law presentations on Lawline.
It is FREE to come to the live recording of the lecture. The recording will later be available on lawline.com, along with some other great law lectures. Attorneys are able to get CLE credits.
How to Start and Grow a Food and Agriculture Law Practice: September 26, 2013 from 4-5pm. I will be talking about the breadth of food and agriculture law, branding, legal organizations that offer support for food and agriculture lawyers, and a recent survey that I did with farmers, agri-businesses and food entrepreneurs about attorneys. You can find more info here. You can register here.
Counseling the Local Food Movement (Part I): October 24, 2013 from 4-5pm. I’ll be giving an overview of direct farm marketing, cottage food operations, products liability, insurance, and the Food Safety Modernization Act exemptions. More info here. Register here.
Counseling the Local Food Movement (Part II): November 18, 2013 from 4-5pm. I will continue to discuss local food law; specifically, I will give an overview of urban and suburban agriculture, agriculture districts, the Right-to-Farm, labor law, regulation of meat and eggs and the National Organic Program. More info here. You can register here.
All three of the lectures will be at Lawline, 61 Broadway, Suite 1105, New York, NY in the Financial District of Manhattan.