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Part II: Suzanne Jones and Yvonne Ocrant Provide Tips for Limiting Equine Liability in Minnesota

February 6, 2018

In part two of their series on legal issues confronting the Minnesota horse industry, Hinshaw partners Suzanne Jones and Yvonne Ocrant provide guidance and tips for limiting liability beyond statutory immunity. The article is titled "Limiting Your Equine Liability Under Minnesota Law," and appears in the University of Minnesota Equine Extension Newsletter and Farm Forum.

Jones and Ocrant counsel those active in the equine world of Minnesota that one of the best ways to limit liability is to put your intent in writing. They provide practical tips for using a written document to limit liability, including clearly stating what the document provides, identifying parties to the document and stating the effective date or term of the agreement.

Download a PDF of the second installment of the series as published in the University of Minnesota Equine Extension Newsletter: "Limiting Your Equine Liability Under Minnesota Law." You can also read the second installment of the series on the Farm Forum website.

Download a PDF of the first installment of the series as published in the University of Minnesota Equine Extension Newsletter: "Understanding Minnesota's Equine Liability Statute." You can also read the first installment of the series on the Farm Forum website.

If you have questions or need to better understand your liability exposure as an equine industry participant, please contact Suzanne Jones at sjones@hinshawlaw.com or Yvonne Ocrant at yocrant@hinshawlaw.com.

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