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The institute was founded in 1961 and is now one of the leading research centers of agricultural law in Germany and Europe.
Research focuses on the European, national and comparative agricultural law, in particular the agricultural lease law, real estate transactions, competition law and antitrust, state aid law, copyright law, renewable energy law, food law, nature conservation law, animal welfare and the right of rural areas.
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6th “Monzeler Weinrechtstag” concerning the topic „The law of the wine business” at the winery of Karl Veit in Onsann-Monzel on Friday, August 25th 2017.
On Friday, August 25th 2017, there is taking place the 6th „Monzeler Weinrechtstag“ concerning the topic „The law of the wine business”.
The overall theme of the 6th „Monzeler Weinrechtstag“ refers to the notion of Agribusiness and transfers it to the wine sector. Wine business includes the whole value chain of the German wine market and therefore also covers winegrowing. Thus it also contains all upstream and downstream economic activities. Upstream activities comprise particularly equipment (fertilizers, plant protection products, agricultural engineering) whereas the downstream activities mainly comprise trading.
These areas contain specific challenges concerning wine law. This is going to be debated in lectures and discussions.
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8th Göttinger Gespräche zum Agrarrecht
The 8th Göttinger Gespräche zum Agrarrecht will take place on November 3rd, 2017. The main theme of this year's discussions is "The agricultural family business in law".
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