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DRAFTING ANIMAL LAWS 101

Elaine will present a talk entitled “Drafting Animal Laws 101”  at the Texas Aggie Bar Association’s Annual Conference on March 2 in College Station, TX.

JULY 2019 UPDATE

The recent legal wrangling over who won the Kentucky Derby was summarized in Elaine's article entitled "Disqualification of Kentucky Derby Winner Triggers Lawsuit", which was published in the American Bar Association's Tort, Trial and Insurance Practice Section (ABA-TIPS) Animal Law Committee's Summer 2019 newsletter. A lawsuit was filed after thoroughbred Maximum Security crossed the finish line first at the Kentucky Derby; but then was disqualified by stewards to seventeenth place. Maximum Security's owners have disputed the disqualification decision, and their filed complaint can be found here.

 

Elaine is the featured speaker at the upcoming Lunch N'Learn meeting of the ABA-TIPS Equine Subcommittee meeting. Her presentation entitled "Beyond the Basics: Creating the Next Generation of State Laws Supportive of Horse Use & Ownership" will be given on July 22, 2019.

ABOUT ME

Elaine Marie Ramesh, Ph.D. J.D. 

I’m a licensed patent attorney and partner at Flener IP & Business Law LLC in Chicago, Illinois. As a horse owner and avid equestrian, I'm a passionate advocate for animal owners; particularly horse owners. I'm dedicated to the advancement of the equestrian way of life and have participated in regional, county and local comprehensive planning processes as an adviser to ensure that land use options that allow horse keeping are not overlooked.

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