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Happy April!  We’ve got lots of happenings in the agricultural law world today.

*US Supreme Court will hear case challenging constitutionality of California’s Proposition 12.  The United States Supreme Court has granted the Petition for Certiorari in National Pork Producers

Recently, I’ve gotten a number of requests from folks wondering what end-of-life documents they should have in place and whether there are forms they can use in order to do so.  For Texas residents, there are actually a number of

For those of you interested in agriculture across the southern United States, we have an exciting new project!  Southern Ag Today is a collaboration between 13 universities across the South, including Texas A&M.  Each weekday, there is a short article

It has a been a wild couple of weeks around here with seven presentations since the last Weekly Round Up.  Like my schedule, it’s been a busy couple of weeks in the ag law realm as well.

Photo by Kat

It is rare seemingly obscure phrases from law school find their way to the news, but recently, that was the case with the phrase “force majeure.”
DTN Photo by Emily Unglesbee
When Bayer announced it would be declaring force majeure

Happy Friday!  There have been a number of agricultural law stories in the news over the past couple of weeks.
*Texas Supreme Court hears oral arguments in Hlavinka v. HSC Pipeline Partnership.  The Texas Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in