Lynn Tate’s practice is concentrated on agricultural law. Lynn represents agricultural based businesses and families, and representation ranges from litigation to business planning. He has tried cases in Amarillo, Lubbock and throughout the Texas Panhandle. He is licensed in both federal and state courts.
Lynn was previously an intern for the Secretary of Agriculture and has a degree in Agricultural Economics. He has major farming and ranching interests in the Texas Panhandle where he represents significant clients involved in agriculture.
In litigation, Lynn has handled a number of cases regarding the cattle and farming industry and has represented secured creditors in priority disputes over livestock and real estate. He has represented producers in insurance disputes, including issues involving inappropriate application of pesticides, as well as numerous liability issues.
Lynn is familiar with both the landlord and tenant side of agricultural leases. He has a significant practice involving Farm Service Agency and Federal Crop Insurance matters.
Lynn has also been active in representing both purchasers and sellers of agricultural real estate in this region.