Texas Bar Journal
May 2010 | Volume 73, No. 5
This month's Texas Bar Journal focuses on some of the legal issues involved in one of Texas' largest and most diverse industries - agriculture. Topics range from establishing family cemeteries to oil and gas contracts to liability for recreational activities to eradicating and controlling disease in agricultural animals (PAGE 372).
364 Another Look at Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code Chapter 95 By Collyn A. Peddie and Benny Agosto, Jr.
372 Agricultural Law
378 Contracts as Fences: Representing the Agricultural Producer in an Oil and Gas Environment By Harper Estes and Douglas Prieto
388 Landowner Liability for Recreational Activities By Boyd Kennedy
394 From Fever Ticks to Feral Swine: Protecting Texas' Animal Agriculture By Wallace Eugene "Gene" Snelson II
396 The Basics of the USDA National Appeals Division By Gary Condra and Merinda Condra
400 Where's the Beef? Legal Issues in the Texas Cattle Industry By David LeBas and John Huffaker
406 Stockman's Liability and the Changing Livestock Genetics Market By A. Blair Dunn
Firm: Combating Attorney Burnout By Judd Kessler
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