How Hard Is It To Sue A Vet For Malpractice? Pretty Darn Hard.
A California appellate court has set aside a jury verdict of $46,000 awarded to the purchaser of a horse that turned out […]
USEF Drug Testing and Beyond – Tips for Avoiding Disaster
It has been my professional observation that the general population lacks familiarity with the “rules of law” that govern our lives, the […]
Trainer Liability For Student Injury?
A number of years ago there was a lawsuit in California that was brought by the parents of a junior (Mia Eriksson) […]
Tax Time Tips
Is your horse activity a business, or just an expensive hobby? The real test comes if you claim your horses as business […]
To Sign Or Not To Sign?
USEF’s Hearing Committee has recently issued a number of decisions that shed light on a trainer’s liability for signing, or not signing, […]
Spectator Run Down By Runaway Horse Will Get Day In Court
The Supreme Court of Iowa ruled that a spectator injured by a runaway horse at a county fair gets her day in […]
Riding Facility Can Sue Trainer For Failing To Get Signed Releases From Students
A rider, injured while taking a lesson when her horse spooked and bolted, can sue the owners of the facility, but not […]
Why You Need a Realtor & Other Tips So You Don’t Get Scammed
Once upon a time, “Mary” wanted to take her family on a beach vacation. Thanks to some internet research, she located a […]