Langleys Solicitors has partnered with the CLA at next week’s Great Yorkshire Show – 12 to 14 July.
The law firm is jointly hosting a drinks reception in the CLA enclosure at the Harrogate showground on Tuesday 12 July.
Langleys’ chairman and agriculture partner Andrew Fearn will give an insight into some of the key legal challenges facing rural businesses.
Andrew said: “The industry will be concerned about the transition between the Basic Payment Scheme under the EU's Common Agricultural Policy and a new UK-based scheme coupled with the ability of Defra to deliver it.
“Another key area for the rural industry is generational succession in difficult economic times.”
The event will also see the CLA’s president, Ross Murray, launch the association’s Rural Business 2030 Campaign which will include showcasing some of the region’s most successful and innovative businesses.
Rural Business 2030 is a year-long initiative culminating in the inaugural Rural Business Conference in Westminster on 6 December 2016. The programme will bring businesses and policy makers together to discuss practical ways to achieve the vision of a robust, productive and sustainable rural economy by 2030.