Beth Angus Baumstark
Carrie La Seur
Caitlin Lock Coomes
03/06/2014 03:55 AM
Traders still shun new grain deals in Ukraine
Foreign trading houses have not resumed concluding new grain exports contracts because of continued tensions between Ukraine and Russia, Ukraine's Agriculture Minister Ihor Shvaika said on Wednesday.
03/06/2014 02:22 AM
WATCH: A sneak peek into the next issue of Agweek
Agweek Editor Lisa Gibson previews the March 10 issue, including a cover story that profiles a South Dakota ranch family working to recover from the Oct. 4 blizzard with the help of friends, neighbors and strangers. The issue also includes coverage of how the unrest in Ukraine is affecting regional ag equipment exporters, and much more.
02/20/2014 10:30 AM
2012 Census of Agriculture Preliminary Results Show Growing Farm Economy
USDA today released the preliminary 2012 Census of Agriculture results. Key findings include an increase in the value of agricultural products sold in the United States totaling $394.6 billion in 2012, up 33 percent ($97.4 billion) from 2007. The number of farms and land in farms were down slightly, but held steady. Additionally, agriculture is becoming more diverse.
Keepseagle v. Vilsack Settlement
Baumstark Braaten Law Partners, formerly known as Sarah Vogel Law Partners, was established by Sarah Vogel and Beth Angus Baumstark. Sarah Vogel is the former two-term Agricultural Commissioner for North Dakota. Beth Baumstark and Sarah Vogel have been working together for years, advocating and fighting for farmers, ranchers and other individuals. We are a boutique law firm, focusing our practice in areas where we have significant experience and expertise. The attorneys at our firm work for farmers and ranchers in the Midwest and on the Northern Plains. We are staunch advocates for landowners and the land.
Though we focus our practice on legal services for farmers, ranchers, and other landowners, we also have significant experience with American Indian law and environmental law, land use issues, and small business matters. We are admitted in several of the tribal courts of North Dakota, and have represented both tribal councils and entities and individual tribal members. Because so many of our clients are impacted by energy development, we have significant experience helping landowners with legal issues related to oil and gas, wind, and coal development.
Our practice has been referred to as "good guy law," and we strive to ensure that it is not only large corporations and governments that receive exceptional representation.
Oil and Gas Rights in North Dakota
Bismarck, ND - January 22, 2014
The exploration of natural gas in the Bakken Shale and other formations has provided landowners new opportunities - as well as new risks. This seminar will keep you up-to-date on current issues and trends in oil and gas law so you can give your clients the advice needed to make sure their interests are protected. Attend this seminar and get valuable information regarding practical problems and pitfalls to avoid during the exploration and production phases of an oil and gas prospect.
North Dakota Gas Flaring Litigation
For more information on the North Dakota gas flaring litigation, visit www.ndgasflaringlitigation.com or call Baumstark Braaten Law Partners at 701-221-2911.