The Midwest is a major agricultural producer, and Indiana plays a proud part in that. Because of the diversity in Indiana agriculture, countless legal issues affect the industry. Agricultural law relates to regulations regarding land use, environmental factors, safety, and responsibilities of the farmer. If you are faced with a legal issue, you need an agricultural lawyer who knows both your industry and your problem. Boring + Taylor understands that agriculture isn’t just a job, it’s a way of life.
How can Boring + Taylor’s agricultural practice help?
Boring + Taylor is a law firm representing agricultural cooperatives and agribusiness clients in the New Palestine and Indianapolis area. They provide clients with a full range of legal services including:
- Corporate matters
- Grain delivery contracts
- Products liability
- Contract disputes
- Real estate transactions
- Crop insurance arbitration and litigation
- Land and zoning disputes
- Employment law including employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs)
- Water rights including those related to the Clean Water Act
- Agricultural insurance and liability defense
- Landlord/tenant disputes
- Agricultural equipment malfunction resulting in injuries or accidents
- Environmental factors including herbicide drift and water runoff
- Crop insurance and contamination
- FDA and USDA violations and appeals
Why Boring + Taylor?
The company’s history in Indiana agriculture extends back to 1853. It was then that Jacob L. Boring received 80 acres of land in accordance with the Federal Homestead Act. Three generations of the Boring family have lived on and farmed those 80 acres. They also farm other acres around the Indianapolis and New Palestine area.
Boring + Taylor’s original founder, Gary Boring, was raised on the original family land. Gary and his son—current Partner, Mike Boring—both worked on the family farm growing up. There, they developed an appreciation for agriculture that carried over into their careers.
Gary Boring’s success extends further than the fields
Gary has extensive knowledge in the agricultural industry. He has completed more than thirty-five corporate mergers of Indiana agricultural cooperatives. He has also served as general counsel and as CEO for CountryMark Cooperative from 1995 to 2003.
Boring + Taylor has become the go-to law firm for nearly every agricultural cooperative in the state of Indiana. With hands on experience both in the court room, and on the farm, Boring + Taylor understands what it takes to protect your rights and your tradition.