Basic Fall Business Planning
As 2019 winds down, it is a good time for clients to reflect on what the past year has provided and to begin to make business plans for the coming year.
For those advising agricultural clients, having a better understanding of the agricultural industry and trying to get a handle on the numbers of the business are musts.
The need for a roundup on Roundup?
Roundup has been making news recently, mostly as a result of the large verdicts rendered in litigation alleging the weed killer causes cancer.
Non-dischargeable debts in bankruptcy
With an uptick in farm and ranch bankruptcy filings over the past few years, bankruptcy law is an important topic for farmers and their legal counsel.
Processing Outside Crops Not Exempt From Overtime
While the general exception of farm workers from overtime pay requirements may be well known, some limitations on the exception relating to processing farm produce may come as a surprise.
Simple But Major Amendment to Chapter 12
In late August, President Trump signed legislation amending Chapter 12 of the Bankruptcy Code, raising the debt limit for potential Chapter 12 debtors.