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CAN THE GOVERNMENT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR A BREEDING FARM’S CEM OUTBREAK? , by Julie I. Fershtman

Posted by on Oct 10, 2016 in BLOG, Equine Law, Julie Fershtman Law | 0 comments

A few years ago, some valuable breeding stallions contracted Contagious Equine Metritis (“CEM”), an equine venereal disease, while...

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MY LEASED HORSE LOOKS NEGLECTED – NOW WHAT?

Posted by on Sep 3, 2014 in BLOG, Equine Law, Julie Fershtman Law, Training Tips | 0 comments

You leased out your horse to a family whose horse-crazy teenaged daughter promised to give him the best of care. After a few months passed,...

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STABLE OWNER TO HANDLE VETERINARY EMERGENCIES IN THE OWNER’S ABSENCE?

Posted by on Aug 14, 2014 in BLOG, Equine Law, Julie Fershtman Law | 0 comments

HOW CAN A CONTRACT AUTHORIZE THE TRAINER OR BOARDING STABLE OWNER TO HANDLE VETERINARY EMERGENCIES IN THE OWNER’S ABSENCE? In January...

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YOU SUSPECT ANIMAL ABUSE – NOW WHAT?

Posted by on Aug 14, 2014 in BLOG, Equine Law, Julie Fershtman Law | 0 comments

What do you do if you believe that a professional, such as a horse trainer or veterinarian, engaged in abusive conduct… KNOW THE...

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EQUESTRIAN SAFETY HELMETS , by Julie I. Fershtman

Posted by on Jul 31, 2014 in BLOG, Equine Law, Julie Fershtman Law | 0 comments

Equine activities can deliver a deadly impact to your head if you get kicked or fall. Safety helmets are designed to cushion and...

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Collecting Past-due Board without the Song & Dance, by Julie I. Fershtman

Posted by on Jul 29, 2014 in BLOG, Equine Law | 0 comments

Boarding stable owners sometimes feel pressured by ever-increasing costs of hay, shavings, and feed, while their clients resist rate...

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