WOTUS: The 1972 Clean Water Act Was the Beginning. So Where Are We Now? Aug 14, 2017

🕔Aug 14, 2017
For years now, agriculture has been closely following the drama surrounding the definition of “Waters of the United States,” commonly referred to as WOTUS.  With a new administration in place, […]

Supreme Court Rules for For Landowners – 3 Reasons it Matters to You Jun 13, 2016

🕔Jun 13, 2016
Last week, Chief Justice Roberts wrote a unanimous opinion in the case United States Army Corps of Engineers, holding that landowners do have the right to challenge jurisdictional determinations by the […]

Pesticide Drift: Are You Liable for an Independent Contractor’s Mistake? – Texas Ag Law May 17, 2016

🕔May 17, 2016
In Part 1 of this series, we focused on potential legal claims that could be brought against a landowner if spray drift occurred. An important related question exists for any […]

Drones Taking Pictures – What’s Legal? – Part 2 – Texas Ag Law Jan 25, 2016

🕔Jan 25, 2016
Today we continue with Part II of our Drones and Privacy series by reviewing the Texas Privacy Act. In the absence of federal regulations regarding drones and privacy, states have […]

Drones & Privacy – What’s Legal? Part 1 – Texas Ag Law Jan 19, 2016

🕔Jan 19, 2016
Drones are a hot topic in many circles, including the agricultural industry.  However, as often happens, the law has fallen behind the technology leading many people to question (or incorrectly […]

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