Every Third Wednesday

An Ag & Food Law Webinar Series

 

As part of its mission, the Agricultural & Food Law Consortium is hosting a series o4544287557_1268a89364_mf webinars on timely and important agricultural and food law topics. Typically held on the third Wednesday of the month, these webinars are freely available to the general public and are typically designed to be appropriate for both attorneys and non-attorneys.

The titles below are link to the specific webinar page.  On these pages, visitors can find more information about the webinar, including speaker biographies and written materials.  Also included on those pages is a link to log on to the upcoming webinar, or a link to the archived and recorded past webinar, as appropriate.

See the charts below for information about upcoming and archived webinars.

 

 

Upcoming Webinars

Date Time Topic Presenter(s)
3/15/2017 12 – 1:00 (EST) Digesting the FSMA Animal Food Rule John Dillard

 

Archived Webinars

Date Time Topic Presenter(s)
2/15/2017 12 – 1:00 (EST) Legal Checkup on Checkoffs:  Recent & Emerging Legal Issues in Federal & State Checkoff Programs Harrison Pittman
1/19/2017 12 – 1:00 (EST) Major Market Approval and the Syngenta China Corn Class Action Thomas Redick & Drew Kershen
11/16/2016 12 – 1:00 (EST) The Veterinary Feed Directive Rules and How They Will Affect You Dr. Lance Roasa
10/19/2016 12 – 1:00 (EDT) Harmful Algal Blooms and Agricultural Nutrients: State Responses to a Growing Issue Peggy Hall
10/10/2016 12 – 1:00 (EDT) A New Era of Compensatory Mitigation for Impacts on Natural Resources Kerry McGrath
9/21/2016 12 – 1:00 (EDT) CRISPR: A Biotechnology Breakthrough and an Inventorship Quandary Eric Williams
8/17/2016 12 – 1:00 (EDT) Leasing Agricultural Land for Grazing, Hunting or Livestock T. Dowell, S. Ferrell, R. Rumley
7/20/2016 12 – 1:00 (EDT) CWA, 404 & WOTUS: Navigating Wetlands Issues in Agriculture Sharon Mattox
6/15/2016 12 – 1:00 (EDT) Agricultural Labor Law 101: The Basics of Federal Governance M. Sean High
5/18/2016 12 – 1:00 (EDT) Medically Important Antimicrobials in Animal Agriculture Dr. Michael Murphy
4/20/2016 12 – 1:00 (EDT) Organic Aquaculture Standards: Navigating Potential USDA Regulations Alexandra Chase
3/16/2016 12 – 1:00 (EDT) A Practitioner’s Guide to Understanding the Role of the USDA’s National Appeals Division Amanda Urbanek
2/17/2016 12 – 1:00 (EST) Induced Seismicity in Shale Development: Overview and Current Legal Issues Ross Pifer
1/20/2016 12 – 1:00 (EST) The Power of the Web: Free Internet Legal Research Kirstin Nelson
12/15/2015 12 – 1:00 (EST) Federal Regulation of Shale Oil and Gas Development – Current Topics Ross Pifer
11/10/2015 12 – 1:00 (EST) Biofuels, the Renewable Fuel Standard, and Invasive Plants: What’s the Fuss All About? Stephanie Showalter Otts
10/13/2015 12 – 1:00 (EST) Industrial Hemp Production in the U.S.: Overview, Update, & Legal Issues  Harrison Pittman
9/9/2015 12 – 1:00 (EST) Animal Welfare Standards and Commercial Aquaculture Operations Stephanie Showalter Otts
8/12/2015 12 – 1:00 (EST) Basics of the Endangered Species Act Elizabeth Rumley
7/30/2015 12 – 1:00 (EST) Update: Current Legal Developments in Mandatory GMO Labeling Ross Pifer
7/24/2015 12 – 1:00 (EST) State and Federal Legal Developments in Agricultural Nutrient Management Peggy Hall
6/30/2015 12 – 1:00 (EST) Small Unmanned Aerial Systems in Agriculture:  Preparing for Legal Issues Peggy Hall & Rusty Rumley
11/19/2014 2:30-3:30 (EST) Mandatory GMO Labeling Laws: Overview and Status of Current Legal Issues Ross Pifer

 

The information contained in these webinars is provided for educational purposes only.  While efforts are made to maintain and update the resources contained in these webinars, no warranty or other guarantee is made with respect to the timeliness or accuracy of any information provided. The information provided on or by this website and in these webinars is not legal advice, nor is it intended to be legal advice at any point in time.  Additionally, the information provided is not and is not intended to be a substitute for the potential need to consult with a competent attorney licensed to practice law in the appropriate jurisdiction.