Boutin Jones INC., Attorneys at Law

Menu Toggle

Email Disclaimer

You understand that no attorney-client relationship will exist unless we agree to represent you.

You are urged not to send us any information contained in an email or any attachment that you believe is confidential and not public until such time as we have indicated to you that we are able to review that information.

By clicking “agree,” you agree that submitting unsolicited email information to us does not constitute a request for legal advice and that you are not forming an attorney-client relationship with us by submitting that information.

You recognize that our review of your information, even if it is confidential and even if it is transmitted in a good faith effort to retain us, does not preclude us from representing another client adverse to you, even in a matter where that information could and will be used against you.



The Basics

Our litigators are routinely chosen by California rice growers, commodities companies, farmers and property owners when their futures are at stake. Our ag-based trial work has taken us from Placer, Yolo, and Solano Counties to the Middle East, and many places in between, and resulted in consistently positive results for our clients. One such result was a $2.3 million jury verdict that was awarded to our client by a Placer County jury in a case involving a disputed rice purchase. We have also negotiated many favorable settlements that keep our agribusiness owners out of the courtroom and where they want to be—in the rice fields, vineyards and processing plants that support their families. We account for the role that insurance, including crop and commercial general liability insurance, plays into an agribusiness litigation matter, and we understand the unique financing that pertains to agribusiness, such as crop liens. Our litigators have a broad understanding of the unique relationships that exist in agribusiness (for instance, between a grower, packer, processor and distributor) and how that interplay often factors into whether disputes lead to the courtroom or get resolved.