25th October 2023
Farming disagreements, whether relating to land ownership and boundaries or to inheritance and partnerships, have the potential to obstruct the running of a successful business. But solutions are possible as will be discussed in an upcoming Farmers Weekly webinar – featuring Thrings.
Appearing on the panel for the esteemed magazine’s latest Business Clinic event, Russell Reeves, Thrings Partner and Head of Agricultural Litigation, will be tackling the various areas of rural disputes and explaining how they can be resolved.
Russell Reeves, Thrings’ Head of Agriculture Litigation, said: “Farming is difficult enough without having to divert time and resources into having to deal with the legal disputes that can unfortunately arise in all areas of agriculture. Whilst a dispute might feel like the final straw, there is always a way forward. I am looking to explore this in depth with the panel at the upcoming webinar where we shall be answering farmers’ questions live.” The webinar will be taking place on Thursday, 2 November from 5pm to 6.15pm – click here to find out more about the virtual event and to sign up.
Thrings’ Agriculture team is one of the biggest of its kind in the country and has been an official Farmers Weekly Business Clinic expert partner since 2015, providing expert advice to the readers of Farmers Weekly on a wide range of legal topics. Find out more about how we can support farmers, food producers and rural communities on our Information for Farmers page.
Returning on Friday, 10 November, Thrings’ renowned Agriculture Seminar will see the firm’s agriculture, planning and development experts discussing the biggest issues for the rural sector as part of this year’s topic “The Future of Farming”. To find out more and to book your place, visit here.