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Navigating the Haze of CBD Legalities in Equine Practice
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Jan 12, 2021
CBD is becoming increasingly popular. However, a veterinarian turned attorney warns equine practitioners to tread cautiously when it comes to discussing CBD products with clients.Read More
Read This Before You Buy Your First Horse
by Rachel Kosmal McCart | May 21, 2020
Buying a horse is a lot like buying a used car. Both take a lot of research, plus some experience and smart buying strategies, to make a purchase you’ll be happy with. Use this guide and tips, developed by equine legal experts, to get prepared for your first horse.Read More
Horse Farm-Sitting Peace of Mind
by Rachel Kosmal McCart | Mar 5, 2019
What should be included in a liability contract for farm sitters?Read More
Setting Goals for Managing Your Horse Property
by Alayne Blickle | Dec 29, 2018
Winter is a great time for planning. Here are some tips for planning, prioritizing, and tackling your “to do” list.Read More
Law Would Lift NE Equine Massage Therapy License Requirement
by Pat Raia | Mar 7, 2018
A bill pending in the Nebraska legislature would exempt equine massage therapists from licensure in that state.Read More
What if Boarders Don’t Pay Their Bills?
by Rachel Kosmal McCart | Oct 24, 2017
Attorney Rachel Kosmal McCart share insight for barn owners trying to collect money from delinquent boarders.Read More
Horse Ownership and Attractive Nuisance Risk
by Rachel Kosmal McCart | Oct 20, 2017
What if someone enters your horse pasture without permission and gets hurt? Attorney Rachel Kosmal McCart responds.Read More
What’s My Liability if Friends Ride in My Arena?
by Rachel Kosmal McCart | Oct 19, 2017
Attorney Rachel Kosmal McCart addresses the risks related to allowing people to ride in your noncommercial arena.Read More
Your Equine Legal Questions Answered
by Rachel Kosmal McCart | Oct 12, 2017
Learn about sales agreements, leasing horses, liability, and more during our live event.Read More
Equine Farm Workers: Employees or Independent Contractors?
by Rachel Kosmal McCart | Aug 22, 2017
Learn the difference between an employee and independent contractor and what that could mean for your equine operation.Read More
Pennsylvania Law Protects Veterinarians From Lawsuits
by Pat Raia | Jun 28, 2017
The legislation will shield veterinarians from civil liability when they report suspected animal cruelty to authorities.Read More
Equine Massage Therapists can Now Practice in Tennessee
by Pat Raia | May 19, 2017
The state’s house and senate passed an amendment making it lawful for animal massage therapists to practice.Read More