Scientific developments, technological efficiencies, global trade, and government support and regulation have changed food and fiber production in the United States into a sophisticated and complex business. From a farmer’s field to a consumer’s kitchen table, there are now many complex legal issues that growers, agribusinesses, distributors, brokers, and food retailers encounter along the way. Hall Booth Smith (HBS) has extensive experience in providing legal counsel, litigation support and regulatory advocacy for farmers, agribusinesses and others in the food supply chain.
Because most of our Agriculture Law Practice Group attorneys either grew up on a farm, earned degrees in agriculture or spent their careers counseling farmers and agribusinesses, our deep understanding of the business practices and needs of farmers and agribusinesses give us unparalleled insight and expertise to handle any agricultural matter. With six offices throughout Georgia plus offices in South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Florida, HBS marries the expertise and resources of a large firm with the accessibility and superior service of a local firm.