Fort Collins, CO Agricultural Law Attorneys

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Fort Collins, CO Agricultural Law Attorneys

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  • Gene E. Fischer
  • Member at Erik G. Fischer, P.C.
  • Fort Collins, CO U.S.A.
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  • Bryan VanMeveren
  • Managing Partner at VanMeveren Law Group, P.C.
  • Fort Collins, CO U.S.A.
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  • Arthur A. Abplanalp Jr.
  • Attorney at Law Office of Arthur A. Abplanalp, Jr., LLC
  • Fort Collins, CO U.S.A.
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  • Diane M. Lathrop
  • Member at Lathrop Law Office, PC
  • Fort Collins, CO U.S.A.
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Agricultural Law in Fort Collins, CO

Commercial growers, ranchers, dairy farmers, agricultural cooperatives, horticulturalists and others in the agricultural industry are governed by a complex set of federal and state laws. These regulations cover everything from the use of seasonal and migrant workers to irrigation and clean water. Attorneys and law firms that practice agrarian law have experience in the range of legal issues affecting commercial farming operations, including tax law, real estate law, labor and employment law, Chapter 12 bankruptcy law, personal injury law and environmental law.