Hageman Law P.C. currently represents several irrigation districts in Wyoming, as well as the Twin Platte Natural Resources District in Nebraska. Hageman Law also handles several environmental land use issues dealing with planning and management, including fighting jurisdiction and enforcement of the Clean Water Act.
March 18, 2017: Hageman – Numerous Cases From Last Two Years Impact Water Law
March 11, 2017: Court of Appeals Upholds Wyoming’s Wolf Management Plan
September 10, 2015: New Attorney In Lusk – Anne Wasserburger
July 1, 2015: Federal Government v. Landowner
We are the only Wyoming law firm that specializes in water law, representing a variety of private landowners, irrigation districts, water and sewer districts, and municipalities.
We work to protect private property rights and represent landowners concerning many legal issues, including land use, trespass, easements, and grazing leases.
In 2011, Harriet M. Hageman was inducted into the Wyoming Agriculture Hall of Fame. “Whether the issue be wolves, roads, federal land management, or water rights, she is there fighting for the rights of the agriculture community,” stated Wyoming State Engineer Pat Tyrell of Ms.Hageman. “Her focused energy comes from her very real love of agriculture, having grown up in the business, and her fervent desire to protect a way of life that, at times, seems attacked from every corner.”
Regulation Without Representation
Harriet Hageman has given many speeches on Regulation Without Representation, concerning the incessant flood of regulations being produced by unelected federal bureaucrats and their affect on U.S. industries. Ms. Hageman states that she is not against the federal government, but is “anti-bad, wasteful government that is taking our liberties.”
“Nobody spends somebody else’s money as carefully as he spends his own; nobody uses somebody else’s resources as carefully as he uses his own. So if you want efficiency and effectiveness, if you want knowledge to be properly utilized, you have to do it through the means of private property.”