Westlake Village, CA (PRWEB) November 25, 2011
T. Randolph Catanese, Esq. of Catanese & Wells, a Law Corporation specializing in equine law, was recently admitted to the American College of Equine Attorneys. The American College of Equine Attorneys is based in Kentucky. Its principal purpose is to promote the equine industry through awareness and education, assist in the legislative process to promote equine issues and to advance ethical conduct between attorneys who practice in the equine field.
“I am very pleased to be a member of the American College of Equine Attorneys. I look forward to contributing to the organization.” said, Mr. Catanese.”
About the American College of Equine Attorneys
The American College of Equine Attorneys, Inc. is a Kentucky nonprofit corporation formed pursuant to KRS 273.161 et seq. without capital stock or stockholders to promote and participate in equine industry related continuing legal education opportunities, to assist with the preparation of draft legislation, model rules and regulations related to the equine industry, to act as a legal resource for those parties promoting legislative and other initiatives affecting the equine industry, to promote ethical practices among equine counsel, to provide a panel of qualified mediators and arbitrators for the equine industry, to recognize professional achievement and outstanding contributions to the equine industry, to provide equine industry qualified intermediaries to consult with industry groups on legal issues, to promote a referral network for equine lawyers, to act as a resource for lawyers to assist with such matters as identifying qualified expert witnesses, appraisers, bloodstock agents and others and to promote research and scholarship in the equine industry.
About Catanese & Wells, A Law Corporation
Headquartered in Southern California, Catanese & Wells, A Law Corporation, was formed in 1989 to provide innovative and specialized legal representation to clients. Its practice groups include Equine Law, Civil Litigation, Estate Litigation and Business Law. The Equine Group represents clients throughout the United States and internationally in all areas of equine business from contract preparation/review, purchasing and sales transactions, boarding agreements, racing and licensing, breeding issues, insurance claims, fraud and misrepresentation, veterinary malpractice, rider safety issues, and equine-related business operations. Clients include owners, breeders, trainers, agents, riders, boarders, veterinarians, caretakers, and stable managers
Additional information about Catanese & Wells can be found at http://www.cataneselaw.com
Contact: T. Randolph Catanese, Esq.