We all know that accidents can happen: understand how the law works in cases of personal injury, and how to protect yourself from lawsuits.
Lawyer Catherine E. Willson examines the disturbing trend of residents in new housing developments in the country complaining about the "nuisance" of long-established farms and stables. Do horse owners have a recourse?
From holdbacks to owner liability, knowing the ins and outs of construction law can mean the difference between a successful project or a nightmare.
This article highlights what syndicates are, and how they are becoming a popular method of buying a nice horse without having to ‘sell the farm.’
The Ins and Outs of Purchasing Horses at Forced Auction
Without a test, the USEF’s new rule on the timing and administration of shockwave therapy is open to a great deal of debate.
Do You Have a case? The Challenges of Veterinarian Malpractice Claims.
The American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) currently precludes the registration of horses produced by any cloning process.
The big question in cases that end up in court is usually the determination of the standard of care expected of the veterinarian.
If the owner wants the horse shown to raise its visibility for a possible sale, without spending his own money, a lease can be a good way to accomplish that