Agricultural Law Update

The Agricultural Law Update is a benefit provided as a practical resource to keep its members current on developments in agricultural law while also providing in-depth analysis of relevant legal issues affecting the agricultural industry. The Ag Law Update is provided on a quarterly basis. To read past editions click the titles, to read the most current edition please login to the Members side of the website and navigate to the Ag Law Update page of the Resources section.

AALA looks forward to receiving and publishing diverse articles that reflect the broad and growing issues facing agriculture and the law. If interested in writing an article, please email Peggy Kirk Hall or Paul Goeringer.

Current Edition:

Agricultural Law Update Spring 2020

  • Hall and Goeringer, A WORD FROM THE EDITORS
  • Robert Moore, CONSIDER CLOUD COMPUTING
  • Kevin Hivick, USING FILTERS IN WESTLOW RESEARCH
  • Jackie Schweichler, WHEN LITIGATION DOESN’T FIT – TRY AGRICULTURAL MEDIATION
  • Students at work
  • Featured Articles: WATER AND AGRICULTURAL LAW

 

To read the most current edition please login to the Members side of the website and navigate to the Ag Law Update page of the Resources section.

 

Past Editions:

 

Agricultural Law Update Spring 2019

  • Phelps and Goeringer, A QUICK INTRODUCTORY NOTE FROM EDITORS
  • Paul Goeringer, CHANGES TO TITLE I THE COMMODITY TITLE OF THE 2018 FARM BILL
  • Jess Phelps, TITLE II: THE CONSERVATION TITLE
  • Brianna Schroeder, FARM BILL TITLE VI – RURAL DEVELOPMENT
  • Erin Parker, 2018 FARM BILL SUMMARY: NUTRITION TITLE
  • Blake Johnson, INDIAN COUNTRY FARM BILL UPDATE
  • Paul Goeringer, 2018 FARM BILL MAKES HEMP PRODUCTION LEGAL ONLY IN CERTAIN SITUATIONS

Agricultural Law Update Winter 2019

  • Phelps and Goeringer, A QUICK INTRODUCTORY NOTE FROM EDITORS
  • Tyler Mark and Johnathan Shepard, GROWING PAINS AHEAD FOR THE HEMP INDUSTRY
  • Jonathan Havens, Lauren Farruggia, and Keith Williams, USDA ISSUES LONG-AWAITED HEMP PRODUCTION RULE, SOME QUESTIONS ANSWERED, MANY REMAIN.
  • Tiffany Lashmet, USDA FINAL HEMP RULE SUMMARY
  • Blake Jackson, INDUSTRIAL HEMP PRODUCTION AND THE 2018 FARM BILL: TAX IMPLICATIONS FOR TRIBAL PRODUCERS
  • Melissa Subjeck and Mila Buckner, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN THE CANNABIS INDUSTRY: HOW DO I PROTECT MY VALUABLE BRAND NAME PRODUCTS AND SERVICES?
  • Paul Goeringer, HEMP PRODUCTION AND THE RIGHT-TO-FARM LAW

Agricultural_Law_Update_-_Fall_2018

  • Peggy Kirk Hall, REDUCING THE RISK OF LIABILITY FOR ZOONOTIC DISEASE TRANSMISSION ON AGRITOURISM OPERATIONS
  • Drew L. Kershen, COMMENTARY: U.S. LITIGATION OVER “NATURAL” LABELS
  • Drew L. Kershen, AGRICULTURAL LAW BIBLIOGRAPHY – 2 ND QUARTER 2018

Agricultural Law Update Spring 2018

  • Kristine Tidgren, IMPACTS OF THE TAX CUTS AND JOBS ACT ON AGRICULTURAL PRODUCERS
  • Linda Chezem, AGRICULTURE AND NEW FEDERAL MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY ADMINISTRATION (FMCSA) REGULATIONS
  • Drew Kershen, AGRICULTURAL LAW BIBLIOGRAPHY – 3RD QUARTER 2017

Agricultural Law Update – Fall 2017

  • Justin Newell Hesser, THE BATTLE OVER “AG-GAG” LAWS CONTINUES, WITH CHALLENGERS HAVING SUCCESS
  • Todd J. Janzen, WILL SHARING AG DATA LEAD TO ANTI-TRUST VIOLATIONS?
  • Drew Kershen, GMO FOOD – MANDATORY LABELING IN THE UNITED STATES
  • Joe Willis, INTRODUCING THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA NATURAL RESOURCE USER’S LAW AND POLICY CENTER
  • Drew Kershen, AGRICULTURAL LAW BIBLIOGRAPHY – 2ND QUARTER 2017

Agricultural Law Update – Summer 2017

  • David C. Berry & Thomas P. Redick, GENETIC EDITING IN AGRICULTURE: PATENTING AND POTENTIAL LIABILITY ISSUES
  • Megan Galey & Thomas P. Redick, SYNGENTA GROWER AND GRAIN TRADER CLAIMS
  • Drew Kershen, AGRICULTURAL LAW BIBLIOGRAPHY – 1ST QUARTER 2017

 

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