I will be attending the 2009 American Agriculture Law Association (“AALA”) Conference held in Williamsburg, Virgina this Friday, September 25th, and Saturday, September 26th. AALA has an exciting round of speakers and panelists this year. I am excited to listen to some of the most renown experts in agriculture law speak on a wide breadth of issues affecting farmers and ranchers.
Topics for this year’s AALA Conference include wind energy development, agriculture bankruptcy, tax law, Uniform Commercial Code (“UCC”) developments, food law, the new Farm Bill policies, land use law, anti-trust law in agriculture related industries, estate planning for farmers and ranchers, agriculture energy, National Environmental Policy Act (“NEPA”), livestock waste rules, animal law, agriculture intellectual property (“IP”) issues, and non-profit law. U.S. Department of Agriculture (“USDA”) Secretary Vilsack is an invited keynote speaker for the conference.
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