Cari Rincker – Rincker Law, PLLC

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Overview of New York Local Food Law

The purpose of this article is to give an article of the laws affecting the local food movement. This article will primarily delve into direct farm marketing; however, it too describes cottage food operation law (or home-based…more
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Top 10 Reasons Why "Prenups" Are Romantic

Prenuptial agreements (a/k/a “prenups”) are usually thought of as being “unromantic.” After all—who likes to talk about divorce when they are planning their wedding? To the contrary, obtaining a prenuptial agreement is one of…more
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The New York Divorce Mediation Process

As a divorce attorney and mediator, this document outlays the 4 Step Divorce Mediation Process in New York…more
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Overview of Farm Leases

This is an outline summarizing the law of farm leases as used in the presentation given to the National Agricultural Law Center on May 13, 2014…more
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New York Divorce Mediation with Companion and Farm Animals

This article discusses the unique challenge surrounding the personal worth of animals — both companion and farm — at divorce, and offers pointers to divorce mediators who face these issues, which can complicate even the finest…more
| Agriculture, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Family Law

Survey Says: What Farmers and Agri-Businesses Have to Say About Agriculture Lawyers

Rincker Law, PLLC conducted an online survey titled “Use of Lawyers for Agriculture Producers and Agri-Businesses” via Constant on June 8, 2013. There were 70 participants in the short survey over a four-day period advertised…more
| Agriculture

Protect Your Livestock Brand with Trademarks

Brand recognition can be a valuable asset for livestock operations. Obtaining a registered trademark gives the owner enforcement rights against others who use confusingly similar marks in a particular class of goods or…more
| Agriculture, Intellectual Property

Cattle Recipient Agreement Questionnaire

This Questionnaire is to assist Rincker Law, PLLC draft a Recipient Agreement for a beef or dairy cattle operation that is selling a bred embryo transfer (“ET”) recipient cow and/or ET calf to another cattle producer. These…more
| Agriculture, Commercial Law & Contracts

Client Data Sheet: Prenuptial Agreement

This is an example questionnaire that I use for clients for a prenuptial (or premarital) agreement…more
| Family Law

Drafting Embryo Transfer Contracts for Cattle Producers

This outline was prepared for the Texas Bar Agriculture Law Conference to be held in Lubbock, Texas in May 2013. It gives an overview of the typical transaction between cattle producers concerning embryo transfer and gives…more
| Agriculture, Commercial Law & Contracts

Maintaining Confidentiality for Your Farm or Agri-Business with Non-Disclosure Agreements

No matter the size of your farm or agri-business, there might come a time that a Non-Disclosure Agreement (aka “NDA” or Confidentiality Agreement) is appropriate. It is important for farms and agri-businesses to know when a NDA…more
| Agriculture, Commercial Law & Contracts

How to Get LinkedIn: Guide for the Beef Industry

This is a guide on how to use the social media platform, LinkedIn. It was developed by the National Cattlemen's Beef Association's ("NCBA") Young Producers' Council ("YPC") but can be helpful to other types of agriculture…more
| Agriculture, Law Firm Marketing

Farm Estate and Succession Planning: Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail

In the words of Alan Lakein, “[f]ailing to plan is planning to fail.” About 90% of farming operations do not survive the transition to the next generation. There are many possible reasons why a family farm does not succeed to…more
| Agriculture, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Outline of New York Farm Animal Welfare Law

This is an outline of farm animal welfare law in the state of New York…more
| Agriculture, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law

Does Your Farm or Agri-Business Need To File a Certificate of Assumed Name?

Many farms and agribusinesses operate as a DBA (“doing business as”) or an “assumed name.” Many businesses in the state of New York, including those involved in the food and agriculture industry, are not properly registered…more
| Agriculture, Business Organizations
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