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4 Jun 2020, 1:44 pm
  In practice, that essentially means that you can basically never spray the stuff, so many farmers spray it illegally and pay the resulting fines as the cost of doing business. [read post]
25 May 2009, 11:25 am by Agrilawyer
Brown-bagging or illegal transactions typically farmer-to-farmer does not have the ability to make these guarantees and can lead to fines levied by federal and state agencies from anywhere between $250 to $5000. [read post]
7 Apr 2008, 11:30 am
Especially when you're at a white shoe firm like Skadden Arps.So when Justice Willhite wrote last month that counsel for defendants -- Joren Bass, Richard Zuromski, and Raoul Kennedy -- repeatedly "misled" the Court of Appeal, including at oral argument, by stating a certain fact that wasn't true, you can understand why these attorneys might have been more than a little bit bummed. [read post]
The order was made in the proceedings of a batch of civil writ petitions dubbed Rakesh Vaishnav & Ors. v Union of India challenging the constitutional validity of the three farm laws as well as the validity of the protests by the farmers against these laws. [read post]