2020 Ag Law Seminar (Live Webinar)
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When: 09/23/2020
8:15 AM - 4:30 PM
Where: Live Webinar
United States
Contact: Angela Ossian

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Registration handled by the ISU Center for Agricultural Law and Taxation

In this one-day seminar, cosponsored with The Iowa State Bar Association's Agricultural Law Section and the Iowa Farm Bureau, presenters will cover current legal issues relevant to all agricultural attorneys, including:

  • Impact of COVID-19 on the Farm Economy - Chad Hart, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Economics / Extension and Outreach, Iowa State University

  • Entity Planning with Farm Program Payments and Taxes in Mind - Jeffrey Fetter, Attorney and President, Scolaro Fetter Grizanti & McGough, P.C., Syracuse, NY, and Dario Arezzo, Attorney and Senior Tax Consultant at Farm Credit East, ACA

  • Considerations When Helping Clients Work with Agricultural Lenders - Michael Fielding, JD, Attorney and Partner, Husch Blackwell LLP, Kansas City and Leslie Mille, Agricultural Loan Officer, Marion County Bank

  • Legal Issues Impacting Livestock Growers in 2020 - Eldon McAfee, Attorney and Shareholder, Brick Gentry PC

  • Iowa's New Trust Law Provisions (SF 2232) - Wayne Reames, Attorney and Shareholder, Belin McCormick PC

  • Wetlands Litigation Considerations - Erin Herbold Swalwell, Attorney and Shareholder, Brick Gentry PC

  • Review of Water-Related Developments (County of Maui, Navigable Waters Protection Rule, and Missouri River Litigation) - Jesse Richardson, Professor of Law and Land Use Attorney, West Virginia University and Anthony Schutz, Associate Professor of Law, University of Nebraska

  • An Update from the Field on Iowa’s New Partition Law - Pat Dillon, Attorney and Owner, Dillon Law P.C.

  • Case Law and Legislative Update -  Kristine Tidgren and Kitt Tovar, Attorneys, Center for Agricultural Law & Taxation

  • Ethics for the Rural Practitioner

CLE CREDIT (approved)
6.5 state hours which includes 1 ethics hour

Register by September 16 - $185
Register After September 16 - $210