2008 Archived AgLaws

January

  • CONCERNS ABOUT THE USE OF NON-THERAPEUTIC ANTIBIOTICS ON FOOD ANIMALS
  • COURT AUTHORIZES EMINENT DOMAIN FOR FARMLAND PROTECTIONS PURPOSES
  • UPDATE ON 2008 FARM BILL DEVELOPMENT

February

  • ANOTHER CIRCUIT JOINS DEVELOPING SPLIT ON EXHAUSTION REQUIREMENT
  • SURVEYING THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT AND THE EMERGING ISSUES OF CLIMATE CHANGE GENETIC ENGINEERING AND NANOTECHNOLOGY

March

  • RMA’S INCONSISTENT PRACTICES COST FARMERS
  • INVESTMENT ADVISORY FEES PAID A TESTAMENTARY TRUST SUBJECT TO 2% FLOOR
  • AIR EMISSIONS OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES FROM ANIMAL WASTE ON FARMS: EPA PROPOSES ADMINISTRATIVE EXAMPLES FOR CERCLA/EPCRA REPORTING OBLIGATIONS

April

  • MICHIGAN COURT ADDRESSES CAFO PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS
  • 2008 ECONOMIC STIMULUS ACT
  • FARM ESTATE VALUATION IN AN ERA OF RISING LAND VALUES

May

  • THE TRAP IN LIQUIDATING AN S CORPORATION THAT WAS FORMERLY A C CORPORATION
  • CASES REGULATIONS AND STATUTES

June

  • OHIO COURT OF APPEALS CLARIFIES LACK OF LOCAL ZONING, AUTHORITY OVER CONFINED ANIMAL FEEDING OPERATIONS
  • RIGHT TO CONFINE: THE CURRENT STATE OF THE LAW OF NUISANCE AFFECTING CONFINED ANIMAL FEEDING OPERATIONS IN OKLAHOMA

July

  • PROTECTING YOUR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY WITH LITIGATION INSURANCE
  • FARM BILL UPDATE: CONGRESS PASSES THE FOOD CONSERVATION, AND ENERGY ACT OF 2008

August

  • GENETIC FITNESS: A STOCKMAN’S EXAMINATION OF GENETIC LIABILITY
  • REMOVAL – FILL PERMITS IN OREGON: DOES YOUR PROJECT REQUIRE ONE?
  • AGRICULTURAL LAW BIBLIOGRAPHY

September

  • FARM YEAR TO YEAR LEASE – LEASE TERMINATION DATE MATTERS
  • DISTRICT COURT FINDS USDA VIOLATED NEPA IN ADMINSTERING CRITICAL FEED USE INITIATIVE BUT ALLOWS LIMITED USE OF CRP ACREAGE

October

  • THE EMERGENCY ECONOMIC STABILIZATION ACT OF 2008
  • “PRENDRE LA CHEVRE” – WHEN THE STATE “GETS YOUR GOAT”

November

  • NEW FERDERAL CAFO REGULATIONS
  • A TWISTING PATH TOWARD A STANDARD FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
  • RECENT FEDERAL FARM REGULATIONS

December

  • WHAT IS AGRICULTURAL LAW? PROPOSING PRODUCTION AGRICULTURE AS THE CORE
  • BEGINNING FARMERS AND RANCHERS: PREPARING FOR THE “NEXT GENERATION”
  • COOL’S IMPLICATIONS FOR LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS