Equine Law

The Southern Pines area is one of the premier equestrian training and competition venues on the eastern seaboard.  Stephen Later, a Robbins May & Rich LLP partner, is a longtime horseman and director of multiple equestrian organizations with a record of assistance to a range of equine professionals in matters including tax issues, liability and risk management issues, business formation and organization, boarding, training, and other service agreements, breeding agreements, lease and purchase agreements, and independent contractor and employment agreements.  The firm has represented breeders, horse and farm owners, trainers, patrons, veterinarian groups, and equine industry groups and has handled equine-lending matters, syndications, and the purchase and sale of equine assets.  Further, the availability of our tax and litigation attorneys, experienced in contract matters, land use disputes under zoning laws and restrictive covenants, and liability defense, ensures that our clients' needs are well served.

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