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Hunting Law: Leases, Firearms, Gun Trusts and More

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Hunting Law: Leases, Firearms, Gun Trusts and More

Workshop Description/Agenda

The Ultimate Guide to Everything Hunting Law

Are you looking for a complete guide that has everything from hunting leases to firearms law to gun trusts? In this all-inclusive hunting law guide, you'll get essential tools from expert faculty on how to draft a solid lease, insight on Title II firearms regulation, learn how to draft a gun trust and so much more! Don't miss this unique opportunity to get up to speed on some of the hottest issues in the legal industry today - register now!

  • Review the pros and cons of different hunting lease arrangements.
  • Craft dispute-proof hunting leases and clearly lay out landowner and lessee rights and responsibilities.
  • Evaluate constitutional components of firearms law, Title 1 firearms and their regulation, as well as Title II.
  • Review firearms forms of note and how to draft a gun trust.
  • Draft contracts and manage other legal issues for hunting outfitters, guides and brokers.
  • Explore various hunting laws, common violations and penalties.

This is a rebroadcast of the original webcast delivered by M.B. Adelson and Nathaniel Gilbert on September 18, 2018. Faculty will be available to answer your questions after the program.


10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time

  1. Hunting Leases
    10:00 - 11:00, Nathaniel Gilbert
    1. Pros and Cons of Different Hunting Lease Arrangements
    2. Negotiating an Advantageous Lease Price Structure
    3. What Needs to be Included in the Property Description?
    4. Rights of the Landowner - Land Management, Family Hunting Privileges, etc.
    5. Lessor's Responsibilities - Property Maintenance Obligations and More
    6. Defining the Rights of the Lessee
    7. Lessee Responsibilities - Game Law Compliance, Maintenance, Fire Prevention, etc.
    8. Damage Provisions and Avoiding Security Deposit Misunderstandings
    9. Limiting Liability - Indemnification and Liability Insurance
    10. Other Key Clauses to Consider - ADR, Representations and Warranties, etc.
    11. Negotiating Extension/Renewal Options and Lease Cancellation Rights
    12. Key Negotiation Strategies for Both Sides of the Table
    13. Review of Sample Hunting Lease Agreements
  2. Firearms Law
    11:15 - 12:15, M.B. Adelson LL.M.
    1. Gun Law Update
    2. Constitutional Components of Firearms Law
    3. State and Federal Firearms Laws: What Attorneys Need to Know
    4. Title 1 Firearms and Their Regulation
    5. Title 2 Firearms: Unique and Misunderstood
    6. Firearms Dealers and Licensing Requirements
    7. Gun Ownership Legal Concerns
    8. Liability Concerns for Gun Dealers and Owners
  3. Gun Trusts
    12:15 - 1:15, M.B. Adelson LL.M.
    1. Pre-Drafting Considerations
    2. Firearms Forms of Note
    3. Drafting a Gun Trust: Key Provisions Overview
    4. Gun Trust Administration Issues
    5. Firearms Held Outside the Trust at Estate Administration
  4. Hunting Outfitters, Guides and Brokers: Contracts, Structures and More
    1:45 - 2:45, Nathaniel Gilbert
    1. Choice of Entity: Outfitters and Brokers
    2. Permits, Licenses and Regulatory Compliance
    3. Outfitter/Landowner Contracts: Terms of Use, Damages, etc.
    4. Client Contracts: Liability Waivers, Trophy Stipulations, etc.
    5. Guide Independent Contractor Agreements
    6. Management Agreements for Hunt Clubs
    7. Hunt Brokerage Contracts and Liabilities
  5. Hunting Laws and Violations
    3:00 - 4:00, Nathaniel Gilbert
    1. Lacey Act Violations
    2. Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact
    3. Improperly Taking Wildlife
    4. Wildlife Waste Laws
    5. Improper Use of Assistive Technology
    6. Hunting Right Revocation and Restoration
  6. Ethical Considerations
    4:00 - 5:00, M.B. Adelson LL.M.
    1. Who is Your Client
    2. Professional Negotiations
    3. Confidentiality Agreement
    4. Conflicts of Interest

Who Should Attend

This program is designed for attorneys. Paralegals will also benefit.

Additional Information

Training Provider: NBI, Inc.

Course Topics: Law Training > Niche Business

Training Course Summary: Hunting Law: Leases, Firearms, Gun Trusts and More

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