2017 Ag Law Webinars: Iowa Rural Property Disputes - Legal Conflicts on the Plains

October 13, 2017

This two-hour webinar will dissect common legal disputes arising among Iowa’s rural property owners, including those involving tenants in common, partition, boundary by acquiescence, and adverse possession. The session will also include strategies for dealing with fence law and drainage law disputes.

Friday, October 13 - Noon to 2 PM - 2 hours of CLE





► To register: http://bit.ly/2017aglawwebinars

  • Registration Fee: $74
  • No advance prep is needed for our webinars
  • Webinar length: 120 minutes
  • CPE delivery mode: group internet based
  • Platform: Webinars are presented on GoToWebinar 
  • How does the attendee log onto a webinar?  You will receive an email from Kristy Maitre, which includes a special link to click on to enter the webinar.
  • System Webinar requirements: http://support.citrixonline.com/webinar/all_files/G2W010003
  • Test your Internet Connection or Audio: http://support.citrixonline.com/en_US/Webinar/all_files/G2W060001
  • To ensure no techicial difficulties, we suggest joining the webinar at 10-15 minutes before the start time.
Continuing Education: 

This webinar is designed for:

  • Attorneys
  • CPAs

Approved for 2 hours of CLE (Activity # 271379) with the Iowa Supreme Court Commission on Continuing Legal Education.


Kristine Tidgren is the assistant director of ISU’s Center for Agricultural Law & Taxation. She analyzes and writes about legal developments impacting agricultural producers and practitioners. She has taught agricultural law to undergraduate students at ISU and is a frequent speaker on ag and tax law topics. Kristine received her J.D. from the University of Texas at Austin and her B.A. from Iowa State University.

CALT does not provide legal advice. Any information provided on this website is not intended to be a substitute for legal services from a competent professional. CALT's work is supported by fee-based seminars and generous private gifts. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in the material contained on this website do not necessarily reflect the views of Iowa State University.

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