The attorneys of Edwards & Curtis LLC, have become known as some of the foremost experts on legal matters pertaining to horses, horse ownership and related businesses in the state of Georgia. From our offices in downtown Canton, we represent horse owners, trainers, breeders, riders and veterinarians.
As a horse owner and enthusiast, John C. Edwards has firsthand experience with many of the issues facing horse owners. The partners have played a substantive role in shaping Georgia’s equine policy through legislative proposals. Mr. Edwards was a founding member of the Equine Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia. Mr. Edwards serves as pro bono board member for Equine Advocates of North Georgia, Inc., a nonprofit horse rescue, rehabilitation and advocacy group.
Advisory And Consultancy Services
Advising and consulting with many of Georgia’s large stables and breeding operations is part of what we do. Our equine attorneys assist clients in transactions and litigation, particularly where regulated breeds such as Arabians, thoroughbreds, standardbred, quarter horses and others are involved. To provide effective representation, we stay current with industry practices and legal developments in this area. The scope of our practice encompasses:
- Purchase and sale agreements
- Lease agreements for horses and stables
- Boarding and training agreements
- Nuisances that affect stable operation
- Equine business resolution
- Breeding agreements
- Equine liability concerns
- Premises liability
- Personal injury claims
- Insurance issues
Handling Contract Breaches
Lawsuits arising out of equine sale, service or purchase agreements can be resolved through mediation, arbitration or litigation. The attorney you choose to represent you should have both the experience and the trial ability needed to successfully negotiate the best possible outcome. Legal remedies that are available to you range from money damages and specific performance to cease-and-desist orders (injunction) and rescission of the agreement.
Consortium Registration For Veterinarians
Legislative reforms allow veterinarians to register consortiums for the purposes of purchasing medical supplies at greater quantities and lower rates. For more information about either registering a veterinary consortium or joining a consortium, consult with a lawyer at our firm.
Work With An Animal Advocate
Our attorneys and staff truly care about what happens to you, your horse and your equine-related business. To discuss your legal matter in further detail, arrange a free consultation by sending us an email or calling 770-628-1100.