Alan K. Goldstein

“A client asked whether
I am the only lawyer who
answers his own phone and always
is available. When people trust us
with their legal matters, part of our
job is to keep them informed.”

Alan K. Goldstein
Member

Robert D. Nienhuis

“ Trying cases is about
trust. I have to show
people they have reason to trust
me, so they will be more likely to
rule in my client’s favor.”

Robert D. Nienhuis
Member

Neal W. Settergren

“Our feeling is the
law is a profession and
should be practiced that way.”

Milton I. Goldstein, Co-Founder (1914-2003)
The Right Stuff,” a profile of Goldstein and Price
by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Daryl F. Sohn

“ We practice as a team.
We team up with our clients and the
lawyers at our firm team up to give our
clients the benefit of ourcollective
experience.”

Daryl Sohn
Of Counsel

Douglas E. Gossow

“Our feeling is the
law is a profession and
should be practiced that way.”

Milton I. Goldstein, Co-Founder (1914-2003)
The Right Stuff,” a profile of Goldstein and Price
by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Agribusiness Law

Serving the legal needs of agribusiness-which we call Agribusiness Law – is a principal focus of our firm. For seed, nutrient and fertilizer companies; grain producers; food processors; distillers; alcohol manufacturers; and a host of related industries that help grow, create, label and bring America’s harvest to market in this country and abroad, we provide representation and counsel in a broad variety of matters including but not limited to:

  • the purchase, lease and sale of warehouses, terminals, real property, other agribusiness assets and companies;
  • drafting and negotiating agreements to protect confidential business information and proprietary rights;
  • prosecuting and defending pollution, crop damage, unfair competition, bodily injury and other claims;
  • the interstate and international transportation of agricultural products by barge, ship, rail and truck, including drafting and interpreting bills of lading, freight contracts, and track, switching and siding agreements;
  • pollution and hazardous waste, including how to protect against potential liability;
  • regulatory compliance programs, including but not limited to food labeling, since agribusiness firms face a myriad of federal and state laws, statutes and ordinances;
  • insurance coverage for comprehensive general liability, pollution liability, property damage, bodily injury and cargo claims.