Boulder, CO Equine Law Attorneys

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Boulder, CO Equine Law Attorneys

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  • Joseph Adams Cope
  • Member at Joseph Adams Cope
  • Boulder, CO U.S.A.
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  • Meggin Elaine Rutherford
  • Principal at The Rutherford Law Center -Your Family's Lawyer
  • Arvada, CO U.S.A.
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  • Rebecca M Amat y Leon
  • Associate at Martin Law Firm
  • Westminster, CO U.S.A.
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Equine Law

Whether you're a horse breeder, a farm owner, rider, trainer or veterinarian, whether it's a pleasure pursuit or a career, whether you ride English or Western, or if you are involved in racing, at some point in your equestrian life you'll probably need to hire an equine attorney. Lawyers who practice equine law can handle the cross-section of legal issues that can arise, from contracts (including purchase, sale, breeding, leasing and stabling) to hearings before the various equine associations, from litigation over auction fraud to veterinary malpractice.