T. Randolph Catanese as Guest Speaker at 2014 National Conference on Equine Law

T. Randolph Catanese, Esq., founder of Catanese & Wells, will be a member of the faculty for the 29th Annual National Conference on Equine Law to be held at Keeneland Race Course at Lexington, Kentucky on April 30th and May 1st of 2014. Mr. Catanese will address agency issues in the equine industry with a focus on bloodstock agents.

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I am honored to be invited as a guest lecturer for the national equine seminar put on by the University of Kentucky next year in Lexington.

LOS ANGELES, CA (PRWEB) December 05, 2013

Catanese & Wells, a nationally recognized equine law firm, announced today that its founder T. Randolph Catanese, Esq. will be a member of the faculty for the 29th Annual National Conference on Equine Law to be held at Keeneland Race Course at Lexington, Kentucky on April 30th and May 1st of 2014. Mr. Catanese will address agency issues in the equine industry with a focus on bloodstock agents.

"I am honored to be invited as a guest lecturer for the national equine seminar put on by the University of Kentucky next year in Lexington," said Mr. Catanese. "I look forward to attending the event and hearing from other guest speakers within the industry."

The University of Kentucky has offered and sponsored the national equine event for 29 years. The equine conference draws attorneys, accountants, expert witnesses, and other professionals involved in the horse industry. This will be the second year when the equine conference will be held at the historic Keeneland Race Course.

About Catanese & Wells:

To learn more about T. Randolph Catanese, Esq. please visit the Catanese & Wells website at http://www.cataneselaw.com. Mr. Catanese publishes a quarterly newsletter regarding equine legal issues. The newsletter is available upon request. Mr. Catanese may be reached directly at the law firm at (818) 707-0407.


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