We Investigate Ag Market Activity
David Domina and Dr. Robert Taylor launched an extensive investigation of market activity
involving the purchase and sale of cattle, hogs, and poultry in the United
States. Domina and Taylor are quoted widely for their efforts and publications.
Their work has been cited by academics and the popular press across the
United States, Europe, and Canada.
Domina and Taylor focused on the circumstances surrounding
market concentration and conditions when the
Packers & Stockyards Act of 1921, 7 USC §§ 181 et seq., was enacted nearly 90 years ago. They have contrasted those conditions
with market activity and circumstances today.
Domina and Taylor’s work includes publication of
The Debilitating Effects of Concentration Markets Affecting
Agriculture, Drake Journal of Agricultural Law, Spring 2010, Vol 15, No. 1. Domina
has also been quoted widely for his comments on proposed rules of the
USDA governing the marketplace. See
www.cattlelawyers.com, and article:
What is Really in the Proposed GIPSA REGULATIONS Concerning Contracting
by Packers with Producers?
If you have been adversely effected by unfair competition in livestock
markets, we invite you to contact a Nebraska agricultural lawyer at Domina
Law Group today.