Adrian & Pankratz, P.A. announces the launch of its new water law blog! The blog can be found at the following link: www.kswaterlaw.com. The blog will feature articles on important topics and current events involving water law and water rights. The blog will also include links to various resources germane to water law. The authors of the blog, Tom Adrian and Dave Stucky, are both partners at Adrian & Pankratz, P.A.
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Our insight and knowledge in the changing field of health care law is based on our representation of physicians, hospitals, and other health care providers. We are committed to staying abreast of the complex developments currently altering the medical profession. Our lawyers are experienced in health care related litigation and represent the Newton Medical Center and its doctors, in matters ranging from licensing disputes and coverage issues to bond issues and Industrial Revenue Bonds for the expansions of the hospital’s services. Areas of Representation Stark […]
The firm has many years of experience handling cases involving such areas as agriculture, water rights, oil and gas, and environmental law. Since its inception, Tom Adrian has served as legal counsel for the Equus Beds Groundwater Management District. Tom’s experience in handling legal matters for the District, which manages the groundwater for Sedgwick, Reno, Harvey, and McPherson Counties, has made him vastly knowledgeable on water rights issues. The firm has represented farmers on a host of different agricultural law matters such as property disputes. […]
This article provides a summary of the basic classifications of watercourses for the purpose of determining which types of regulations apply. Originally published in the March 2015, Vol. 84, No. 3 issue of The Journal of the Kansas Bar Association. Download the article here.