Browse Categories

1 – Administrative Law (Federal and State Farm Programs)

2 – Agribusiness Corporations

3 – Agricultural Law: Attorney Roles and Educational Programs

4 – Alien Land Ownership (Foreign Ownership of Agricultural Land)

5 – Animals — Animal Rights

6 – Aquaculture

7 – Bankruptcy

7.1 – Farmers

7.1.1 – Chapter 11

7.1.2 – Chapter 12

7.1.3 – Chapter 13

7.1.4 – General

7.2 – Processors, Elevators, Warehouses

8 – Biotechnology

9 – Commodities Futures

10 – Cooperatives

10.1 – Antitrust

10.2 – Directors & Officer’s Liability

10.3 – General

10.4 – Organizational Issues

10.5 – Taxation

11 – Corporate Farming (Restrictions on Corporate Farming/Family Farm Preservation)

12 – Energy Issues

13 – Environmental Issues

14 – Equine Law

15 – Estate Planning/Divorce

16 – Farm Labor

16.1 – Aliens

16.2 – Child Labor

16.3 – Collective Bargaining

16.4 – General & Social Welfare

17 – Farm Policy and Legislative Analysis

17.1 – Domestic

17.2 – International

18 – Farmer-Processor Bargaining — Production Contracts

19 – Federal Loan Programs (Farmers Home Administration/Farm Service Agency)

20 – Finance and Credit

21 – Food and Drug Law

22 – Forestry

23 – Fruits and Vegetables — Perishable Agricultural Commodities

24 – Hunger and Food Security Issues

25 – Hunting, Recreation and Wildlife

26 – International Trade

27 – Land Reform

28 – Land Sales/Real Estate Finance, Mortgages/Foreclosures

29 – Land Use Regulation

29.1 – Land Use Planning and Farmland Preservation Techniques

29.2 – Soil Erosion

30 – Leases, Landlord-Tenant

31 – Livestock and Packers & Stockyards

32 – Marketing Boards, Marketing Orders, Marketing Promotion, Marketing Quotas

33 – Organizational Forms for Agriculture (Business Law and Development)

33.1 – General

33.2 – Incorporation

33.3 – Individual Ownership

33.4 – Partnership

34 – Patents and Other Intellectual Property Rights in Agriculture

35 – Pesticides, Herbicides, Insecticides, Fungicides, Fertilizers

36 – Public Lands

37 – Rural Development

38 – Securities

39 – Surveys

40 – Sustainable and Organic Farming

41 – Taxation

42 – Torts, Insurance

43 – Trade Regulation and Antitrust

44 – Transportation

45 – Treatises on Agricultural Law

46 – Uniform Commercial Code

46.1 – Article Nine (Security Interests)

46.2 – Article Seven (Documents of Title)

46.3 – Article Two “A” (Lease of Goods)

46.4 – Article Two (Sale of Goods)

46.5 – Federal Preemption of Farm Products Exception (Section 1631)

46.6 – General (including Letters of Credit)

47 – Veterinary Law

48 – Water Rights: Agriculturally Related

 

 

Author’s Search Tips

The bibliography is searchable by the full text. Consequently, if you know the last name of an author, you can search by using the author’s last name. If you have a word or phrase for the particular topic that interests you, you can search by that word or phrase.

The bibliography is also searchable by the seventy-seven legal subject categories and sub-categories in the Browse Categories option. Clicking on the category that interests you will take you to the beginning for all entries under that category. When you search by category, you should select several categories to view for two reasons:

Most articles could be placed in more than one legal category but were usually placed in only one. For example, an article on the tax aspects of livestock production could have been classified under # 41 Taxation or # 31 Livestock.

Your mental classification scheme you may differ from the classification scheme used by the compiler. For example, you may think of agricultural liens as # 20 Finance and Credit, whereas the compiler may have categorized articles on agricultural liens under # 46.1 Uniform Commercial Code: Article Nine relating to security interests in agricultural collateral.

Moreover, the bibliography has been compiled over a period of twenty years. Legal subject categories changed in emphasis during those twenty years, and new categories were added. The compiler may not have categorized articles in a consistent fashion throughout those twenty years.

Drew Kershen