Common Sense, Uncommon Practice
Every day the challenges of building your business come in faster and the questions that need answers multiply. Information comes from every direction, and you have to quickly sort fact from fiction in order to keep your business moving in the right direction. You work hard to make the right decisions and pursue your goals. Your reward is seeing all the blood, sweat, and tears you’ve shed over the years become a growing and thriving enterprise.
With success, a new set of challenges move in to fill the gap left by the problems you’ve already solved. New laws are passed, regulations change, vendors come and go, and customers demand more.
You can’t afford to get bogged down – you need common sense advice that allow you to take action and move forward. That is what I do – deliver answers based on years of boots-on- the-ground experience. You need an attorney that understands your business and can help take the load off. Let me show you what a difference experience can make.
Agriculture is home to some of the hardest, but most rewarding, enterprises on the planet. The risks and stakes are high – it takes determination, countless hours of planning and research, and shear willpower to keep your enterprise on track season after season.
I’ve been practicing agricultural law for over 20 years, and I know first-hand the challenges of agricultural production and the businesses that keep the food supply moving. When I first started practicing law, growers were planting their first-ever genetically modified crops of soybeans and cotton. The pace of change and innovation in modern agriculture is stunning. New technologies show up almost daily – tracking farms, generating data, offering solutions to problems you didn’t even know you had. And all promise to make you more money.
Consolidation in the business is breathtaking – How do you compete against the new breed of consolidated global companies with portfolios of brands, inputs, data, and analytics? Agribusinesses and producers face more decisions than ever.
You need an attorney that understands your business and can help take the load off.
“Honest Success Does Not Cut Corners.
It’s the Result of Hard Work and Dedication.”
It also requires support – from business partners, family, friends, bankers – and a good lawyer. That’s where we come in.
We take pride in the work ethic learned on the farm – honest success doesn’t cut corners – it is the result of hard work and dedication. We bring that same integrity to our law practice.