The presentation was applicable and could be used during investigations into horse theft and additional issues that arise out of those claims between parties.
Thousand Oaks, CA (PRWEB) September 27, 2016
T. Randolph Catanese, Esq., and David Yoshida, Esq., of Catanese & Wells Law Corporation, recently taught an equine law seminar to the California Rural Crime Prevention Task Force (CRCPTF) at the CRCPTF's quarterly meeting held on August 2, 2016.
Catanese & Wells was proud to volunteer to speak at the CRCPTF quarterly meeting and enlighten the Task Force on important topics about equine law. The seminar covered a variety of essential equine subject matters, including personal injury, legal and equitable ownership of horses, criminal and civil trespass, civil horse boarding disputes, and animal cruelty statutes and remedies.
"After getting feedback from almost everyone who attended the meeting, they all said Catanese & Wells' presentation was the best," said Detective Chip Cadman of the Ventura County Sheriff's Office, who organized the event. "The participants said the presentation was presented very well and Mr. Catanese and Mr. Yoshida were very well spoken. The presentation was applicable and could be used during investigations into horse theft and additional issues that arise out of those claims between parties."
He continued, "The most informative part covered the civil issues which arise from horse sales and trading with minimal paperwork or paper trail to follow. I think the areas covered related to our job field, and I can't think of any topics that could have been added. It was a successful training that certainly benefited the members of the CRCPTF."
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.
About California Rural Crimes Prevention Task Force:
The mission of the California Rural Crime Prevention Task Force is to develop solutions to the unique crime problems that afflict citizens in rural areas throughout California. The Task Force is committed to making the individuals, businesses and property of rural communities safer. To accomplish this mission, the Task Force seeks to forge stronger alliances between itself and rural communities, to educate the public concerning the extent and seriousness of rural crime, and to focus its efforts on the prevention of crime in rural regions of the State, while seeking to improve its overall response. Learn more at http://www.crcptf.org/.