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Mollie Pawlosky, David Repp, Brad Kruse, Ben Bruner, Jeff Baxter, John Lande, Dickinson Law Firm, Des Moines, Iowa, Iowa Bankruptcy Law, Iowa Banking Law, Iowa Agricultural Law

Posted on 04/04/2018 at 11:13 AM by The Newsroom

In case you missed it, Dickinson's Banking Law Group gave a webinar presentation on avoiding aggravation in agricultural lending. A link to the full presentation can be found below. If you have any questions regarding agricultural or banking law, or for information on upcoming webinars, please contact a member of Dickinson's Banking Law Group

In Part I, Dickinson attorneys David Repp, Mollie Pawlosky, and Brad Kruse discuss tax, foreclosure, and bankruptcy in relation to agricultural lending. 

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In Part II, Dickinson attorneys Jeff Baxter, Ben Bruner, and John Lande discuss contracts, modifications, and compliance issues as they relate to agricultural lending.
 

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