Agriculture Law & Agribusiness
Rick J. Halbur
Rick Halbur, a partner of Gislason & Hunter LLP, focuses his practice on civil and general litigation related to finance and banking, bankruptcy, agriculture law and agribusiness, real estate, environmental law and land use. He provides client-centered representation to his individual and corporate clients.
Halbur primarily represents banks and other lenders in the agricultural industry. Growing up on a family farm, he understands the challenges of raising livestock and growing crops and the important role credit plays for farming operations. This first-hand experience allows him to provide perspective to his clients in agricultural lending. He also has extensive experience researching and executing a variety of agricultural, real estate, banking, finance and multi-state appellate and collection matters.
Attention to detail, strong communication skills and creative problem solving are all attributes that make Halbur a successful litigator.
In his spare time, Halbur enjoys hiking, canoeing, traveling and spending time with his family. Halbur resides in New Ulm with his wife, Annemarie and their three young children.
- Banking, Bankruptcy, and Appellate Litigation
- Real Estate Litigation
- General Commercial and Agricultural Litigation