Equine News Articles

Doing Business on a Handshake, and a Prayer

By Denise Farris, Esq., Oct 22, 2016 | stablemanagement.cmo For want of a nail, the shoe was lost. For want of a shoe, the horse was lost. For want of a horse, the rider was lost. For want of a ...
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Good Samaritan Acts

EquiManagement March / April 2017 "Good Samaritan Acts" Denise E. Farris, reprinted courtesy www.equimanagement.com ...
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Winter 2007: Disaster Prep

When it comes to your equine practice, hope for the best - but prepare for the worst. Here's a checklist of the legal steps to take to keep your business on track whatever the circumstances. Click here to download the ...
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The Horrors of Hauling: Or Are You Really Insured

Once upon a time Kindly Equestrian offered to give her friend, and her friend’s horse, a ride to a nearby competition.  The friend was delighted and offered to split the cost of the gas as well as the hotel expenses ...
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Compounding Conundrums: New AAEP Guidelines

Reprinted Courtesy of Equine Veterinary Management Magazine (Summer 2005) LEGAL EASE//EVM SUMMER 2005 Click here for a .pdf version of this article in Equine Veterinary Management magazine. COMPOUNDING CLARIFIED Gain insight on the new AAEP guidelines on compounding drugs with ...
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ADR in Equine Disputes

ADR in Equine Disputes ADR – A Cost Efficient Alternative To Litigation It’s a familiar situation.  You’ve either purchased or sold a horse and the deal has gone south.  For one reason or another, one of the parties is dissatisfied ...
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Managing Veterinarian Malpractice Exposure

Top risk-management strategies every equine practitioner needs to know. By Denise Farris, Esq. Veterinary medicine can be an imprecise science. In contrast to human medical care, you deal with a mute patient who can't verbally communicate his symptoms. When diagnosing ...
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Equine Business Health Check-up

Denise Farris, Esq. We have now discussed the EALA statute, liability waiver, and collections tools.  Utilize the following Equine Business Health Check-Up to determine whether your equine business practices are offering you maximum protection. Am I Using Appropriate Contracts? A ...
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Forbidden Substance – But Who Knows the Rules

The old adage “An ounce of prevention is worth of pound of cure”, is certainly applicable to the issue of equine medications.  Understanding the basic rules, and applying an overabundance of caution regarding disclosure reports, can save most owners and ...
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