Category Archives: Equine

Catanese & Wells Observe Common Reasons for Litigation

Much like other sectors within the legal umbrella, equine law can be filled to the brim with complexities that elude the average citizen. Because of this, equine lawyers work diligently to ensure clients are familiar with the given situation and have a wholistic understanding of their liability. Catanese & Wells, as experts that specialize in…
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Recent Developments Regarding Penal Code Section 496

One of the benefits of growing up in the 1970s was the opportunity to tune into television and watch the officers of the California Highway Patrol (CHP) patrolling the highways of Los Angeles every week on Chips. The blend of drama and corny comic relief appealed to viewers, and to this day every time a…
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Understanding Horse Ownership Disputes in the Equine Industry

It’s important to understand that equine law defines a “horse” as property, which can be bought and sold. The general rule in the United States is that horses are “personal property.” Once a horse is defined as property a person’s rights and remedies are limited to those the law recognizes for injury, interference or theft…
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