Worcester law firm set to hold Spring farming seminar


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General | 13th March 2017
The vital legal issues affecting farmers and landowners across the county will be covered at an annual Spring seminar taking place in Worcester later this month.
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The vital legal issues affecting farmers and landowners across the county will be covered at an annual Spring seminar taking place in Worcester later this month.

Rural specialists from Worcestershire law firm mfg Solicitors, and colleagues from the Country Land & Business Association (CLA), will host the free seminar from 4.30pm to 6.30pm on Tuesday 28 March at Sixways Stadium.

The two-hour session will include presentations and debates on key issues affecting farmers such as Brexit, agricultural ties, tax planning and the safeguarding of titles.

Iain Morrison, partner and head of the agricultural and rural affairs division at mfg Solicitors, said: “Our Spring farming seminar is always a hugely popular fixture in Worcestershire’s farming and rural business calendar.

“It is an opportunity for farmers, landowners and land professionals from across the county to hear first-hand from experts about big changes in the rural sector, how to deal with them, and especially for this year, how Brexit will impact the farming sector across the country.”

The event will be chaired by Mr Morrison and will include presentations from agricultural specialists Helen Gough, Gary Priest, Hannah Taylor and Alexandra Phillips.

Readers interested in attending the seminar, which includes a light buffet, must pre-register for tickets.

To reserve a place at the 28 March event please email Debbie Nicholson at the CLA through debbie.nicholson@cla.org.uk or telephone 01785 337010.

(Pictured: Iain Morrison)