AALA Member in the News: Wendee Grady

AALA member Wendee Grady, Kansas Farm Bureau Legal Foundation director, was quoted in “Kansas Farm Bureau Helps Bridge the Gap in Shortage of Rural Lawyers”. The Kansas Living article discussed the state’s Rural Justice Initiative and KFB’s Rural Law Practice Grants. Click here to read more.

AALA Member in the News: Tim Bishop

AALA member Tim Bishop, Mayer Brown LLP, was mentioned in “New WOTUS Lawsuits to Be Filed Today”. The blurb was part of the Agri-Pulse “Daybreak Nov. 13” report. Click here to read more.

AALA Member in the News: Todd Janzen

AALA member Todd Janzen, Janzen Schroeder Agricultural Law LLC, was quoted in “Ag AI Advancements Need Data Privacy Protections, Lawmakers Told”. The Agri-Pulse article covered a November 14 Senate Agriculture Committee hearing titled “Innovation in American Agriculture: Leveraging Technology and Artificial Intelligence”. Click here to read more. Click here to watch the hearing and read […]

AALA Member in the News: Chelsea Good

AALA member Chelsea Good with the Livestock Marketing Association was recognized among the Cattle Business Weekly Top 10 Industry Leaders Under 40. Much of what she does surrounds watching for new policies or updates to old ones that will have an effect on the 830 livestock auction businesses that make up the LMA membership. Click […]

AALA Member in the News: Kristi Boswell

AALA member Kristi Boswell, legal counsel for Alston & Bird, was quoted in “The Ripple Effects of Ag’s Immigrant Challenges”. It was the fourth installment in an Agri-Pulse five-part series about the workforce issues facing American agriculture. Click here to read more.

AALA Member in the News: Derrick Braaten

The Associated Press quoted AALA member Derrick Braaten, an attorney based in Bismarck, North Dakota, in an article about a proposed CO2 pipeline project that has been met by resistant landowners. Click here to read more.

AALA Member in the News: Janie Simms Hipp

AALA member Janie Simms Hipp will lead the first-ever lending entity within the Farm Credit System dedicated to Native American producers. Native Agriculture Financial Services (NAFS) will begin by participating in loans with Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), investing in agriculture and rural economic development that support Native farmers and ranchers, then expand into providing […]

AALA Member in the News: Elizabeth Burns-Thompson

AALA member Elizabeth Burns-Thompson, vice president for government and public affairs at Navigator CO₂, discussed with Successful Farming the common concerns and questions she hears about carbon pipelines. The company is navigating the local, state, and federal permit processes and targeting 2024 to construct a pipeline that would connect facilities in South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, […]

AALA Member in the News: Pat Dillon

AALA member Pat Dillon has guided numerous clients through business transition planning, estate planning, and bankruptcy. He was on the Legacy Leaders podcast to share why estate planning is important for farmers, the consequences of poor estate planning, success stories in estate planning, tools for successful estate planning, and the importance of maintaining assets and treating […]

AALA Member in the News: Francine Miller

AALA member Fran Miller, senior staff attorney and adjunct faculty with the Vermont Center for Agriculture and Food Systems, was quoted in Progressive Farmer’s “Land Legacy How-To”, which described how succession strategies for land vary in cost and goals. In part, she explained that gradual succession can help the exiting farmer maintain quality of life […]