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Blueprint for Disaster: Construction Law

From holdbacks to owner liability, knowing the ins and outs of construction law can mean the difference between a successful project or a nightmare.

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Taking a Leap on a Syndicate

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.’

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Law: Eurocommerce London Aftermath

The Ins and Outs of Purchasing Horses at Forced Auction

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Recent Changes to the Tax Treatment of the Horse Businesses

For those operating horse businesses, the Federal tax system has imposed a barrier unique to the horse industry and other farming industries.

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Legal with Robin Trupp – Shockwave Therapy: Where’s the Proof?

Without a test, the USEF’s new rule on the timing and administration of shockwave therapy is open to a great deal of debate.

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Legal with Robert Trupp

Do You Have a case? The Challenges of Veterinarian Malpractice Claims.

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Legal: To Clone or Not to Clone?

The American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) currently precludes the registration of horses produced by any cloning process.

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Vets and the Law

The big question in cases that end up in court is usually the determination of the standard of care expected of the veterinarian.

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Legal with Robin Trupp – Try Before You Buy?

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

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Legal: Competing for Competition

Costs for exhibitors and competition between show organizers go hand-in-hand