New Name. Same Mission.

Attorneys Jennifer Jambor-Delgado and Amanda N. Heyman, co-founders of Fare Grange Law, have announced that Fare Grange Law has re-launched under a new name:  Jambor Heyman.

Most important, though, is what will remain the same: Our firm's mission to serve the good food community; the array of legal services we provide, and our dedication to providing top-notch yet cost-effective legal services to our terrific client base. 

Amanda and Jen are "lawyers for good food." We launched our unique firm to fill the need for legal counsel tailored to independent farms, food entrepreneurs, and public-interest groups in the good food universe. "Good Food" enterprises need great legal counsel, but many have trouble finding lawyers who truly understand specialized food businesses and agricultural operations.

That's why Jambor Heyman exists.

We know that strategic legal help is key to ensuring long-term sustainability for farm and food businesses. We care about our clients' bottom line, and we combine our decade and a half of legal experience with our in-depth expertise to deliver practical, high-quality legal counsel to our clients. 

Jambor Heyman provides legal services in the areas of: business law, trademark law, food & beverage law, public-interest law, and more. Whether you’re a farmer, food entrepreneur, brewer, manufacturer, processor, food truck owner, restaurateur, or good food advocacy organization, we are here to help you succeed.

The Jambor Heyman team, partners Jennifer Jambor-Delgado and Amanda N. Heyman.

Expanding Our Public-Interest Work

We decided to launch a re-brand in part due to our successful resolution of a trademark dispute with the National Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry.

We're proud to say that moving forward, the National Grange will be creating a Grange Foundation fund to provide much-needed education to beginning, minority, and women farmers. We are even prouder that part of the fund will be used to expand upon Jambor Heyman's existing work with these groups. 

Please check back soon for more information about how Jambor Heyman will be increasing the scope of our pro bono legal education work, and learn more about how our firm works to support the good food community here.