On Dec. 8, 2014, EquestrianProfessional.com will host an equine law webinar specifically for horse professionals. This horse business seminar will be presented by equine law expert, Julie I. Fershtman, attorney at law, and will discuss “What Equine Professionals Should Know About Avoiding Equine Insuring Disputes.”
Whether equine professionals buy equine insurance for their own horses or whether they maintain horses belonging to others that are insured, it is important to understand the fine points and details regarding coverage that can make the difference between a paid claim and a denied claim. Equine professionals can also protect themselves from possible liabilities for failing to protect their client’s interests as to insurance.
This webinar will explain important, but sometimes little-known, equine insurance requirements as well as suggestions for avoiding disputes with insurers and equine professionals’ clients. Equine professionals cannot afford to miss it.
Julie Fershtman, the presenter, is a nationally known equine law practitioner with 28 years of experience. She has handled, and won, numerous equine insurance cases around the country.
Be sure to sign up early! This seminar is free to all horse professionals, but you must register to attend. You can learn more at http://www.equestrianprofessional.com/public/1637.cfm.
Topic: What Equine Professionals Should Know About Avoiding Insurance Disputes
Date: Dec.8, 2014
Time: 5:30 pm Pacific – 7:30 pm Central – 8:30 pm Eastern
Place: Attend via your phone or computer
Speaker: Julie I. Fershtman, Attorney at Law
Julie I. Fershtman is a Shareholder with the Michigan firm Foster Swift Collins & Smith, PC. She is widely recognized as one of the nation’s leading counselors and litigators in Equine Law. Her law practice crosses all equine breeds and disciplines and serves stables, industry professionals, associations, businesses, show management, insurers, trainers, equestrian athletes, and “celebrity clinicians” across the United States.She is the author of three books: Equine Law & Horse Sense; MORE Equine Law & Horse Sense; and Litigating Animal Law Disputes: A Complete Guide for Lawyers (co-author). The ABA is publishing her fourth book on Equine Law in 2016. In addition, she is the author of more than 300 articles on Equine Law. For more information, please visit
www.equinelawblog.com, Julie’s Equine Law Blog, or her other sites www.equinelaw.net, www.fershtmanlaw.com, www.fosterswift.com and her Facebook page for “Foster Swift Equine Law” https://www.facebook.com/FSEquineLaw.
Equestrian Professional.com provides horse business education, resources and support to horse professionals around the globe. The site offers a wide array of programs, tools and information to help horse trainers, riding instructors, breeders, stable operators and professional riders run profitable businesses and build successful equestrian careers. Equestrian Professional hosts free webinars to help horse professionals stay informed and implement sound business practices. To learn more about Equestrian Professional visit www.EquestrianProfessional.com or check out Equestrian Professional’s 2014 Seminar Schedule for upcoming events. Questions? Please don’t hesitate to contact us directly via phone 800-910-3578 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.