Risks and Responsibilities
Usually, woodland owners learn about various laws regarding their land through unfortunate circumstances. Your tree falls on a common fence, and you quickly learn about your responsibilities under the Illinois Fence Law. A trespasser gets hurt and you find yourself in a quandary as to your liability. Sometimes, we learn about these applicable laws by talking to neighbors or other landowners; sometimes by asking local government agencies; sometimes by consulting an attorney; and sometimes the advice that we get is contradictory or vague.
This webinar offers an opportunity to learn about most of the laws applying to land ownership and owner responsibilities from an expert. The presentation will provide an overview of several of the legal liability issues facing rural landowners. Specific topics include fence law, trespass, the Illinois Recreational Use Act, drainage law, and other current legal issues relating to premises liability.
Join us. The webinar is provided for free; it will only cost you one hour of your time and might save you some difficulty later.
A. Bryan Endres is an Associate Professor of Agricultural Law in the Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics at the University of Illinois and Director of the European Union Center. He also holds a research appointment at the Energy Biosciences Institute within the university’s Institute for Genomic Biology. Bryan has taught courses in Agricultural Law, Food Law, Biotechnology Law, and Renewable Energy Law. He formerly chaired the Illinois State Bar Association’s Agricultural Law Section Council and recently completed a term on the Board of Directors of the American Agricultural Law Association. Bryan earned a B.S in Mathematical Economics from the United States Military Academy at West Point, a M.S. in Administrative Management from the European Division of Bowie State University, and a J.D. from the University of Illinois.
Date and Time: Tuesday, March 5th, at 11 am.
Duration: approximately one hour
, possibly longer depending on the number of questions.
Cost: free of charge
To Register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2130320619059048448
Because of overbooking of a previous event, we are manually approving all registrations. IFA members will be approved quickly. Seven days before the webinar (February 26th) all others will be approved based on two criteria. First, those natural resource professionals from the NRCS and SWCD will be approved next in the order in which they registered. Then, all others will be approved based in the order in which they registered. Registration approvals will end when we reach our limit of 100 attendees.
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