I have written the following articles for Phelpssports
Departure From Testing Protocol Is No Defense.
Krysia Nelson :: November 14, 2016
Recent Case Decisions From The FEI
Krysia Nelson :: September 8, 2016
Who Reigns Over This Den Of Thieves?
Krysia Nelson :: July 18, 2016
FEI Tribunal Upholds Sanctions Imposed On Officials Involved In Global Champions League
Krysia Nelson :: June 13, 2016
Micro-chipping & Drug Testing: Thinking Ahead
Krysia Nelson :: April 25, 2016
The Mileage Rule: Can’t Live With It, Can’t Live Without It
Krysia Nelson :: March 4, 2016
“Fixing” USEF’s Drugs & Medications Program Enforcement – Not a cure, but a start
Krysia Nelson :: November 17, 2015
Federal Court Overturns Tom Brady Suspension, And Why We Should Care
Krysia Nelson :: September 11, 2015
USEF Drug Testing and Red-Light Cameras
Krysia Nelson :: August 27, 2015
Why you need a Realtor, and other tips so you don’t get scammed.
Krysia Nelson :: August 4, 2015
TAX TIME TIPS – 2015 UPDATE
Krysia Nelson :: April 18, 2015
USEF Drug Testing: Falling Down the Rabbit Hole
Krysia Nelson :: December 22, 2014
Horse Trainer Sues After Being Trampled In Schooling Area
Krysia Nelson :: October 22, 2014
Eventers Off The Hook For Reserpine Positives
Krysia Nelson :: August 22, 2014
$9 Million In Losses Makes Cutting Horse Operation An Expensive “Hobby”
Krysia Nelson :: April 25, 2014
The “New” Florida Sales Law – Does Anyone Care?
Krysia Nelson :: February 18, 2014
Owner Entitled To Reclaim Horse After Long-Term Lease
Krysia Nelson :: January 30, 2014
To Sign Or Not To Sign? John Hancock’s Entry Dilemma
Krysia Nelson :: January 7, 2014
Delayed Billing And “Unclean Hands”
Krysia Nelson :: December 6, 2013
Drugs and Medications “Reform” – What’s Next?
Krysia Nelson :: October 11, 2013
How Hard Is It To Sue A Vet For Malpractice? Pretty Darn Hard
Krysia Nelson :: July 18, 2013
Better Safe Than Sorry – When To Self-Impose Quarantine
Krysia Nelson :: May 22, 2013
Court Awards Child Rider $15,000 for Broken Arm
Krysia Nelson :: April 9, 2013
Stableman Liable For Selling Seemingly Abandoned Horses
Krysia Nelson :: January 25, 2013
Owner's Letter of Apology Lands Lawsuit Back In Court
Krysia Nelson :: December 22, 2012
Consulting Fee Not Owed Without Advance Agreement
Krysia Nelson :: November 8, 2012
Hazards Of Trying To Collect An Unpaid Bill From A Bankrupt Client
Krysia Nelson :: September 11, 2012
Loose Dogs, Leash Laws and Liability
Krysia Nelson :: July 5, 2012
Horse Industry Wage Practices: Just Because Everybody’s Doing It, Doesn’t Make It Legal
Krysia Nelson :: May 31, 2012
I also write a column for Warmbloods Today Magazine These articles are archived. To read them online, cliick here -->
Beginning with the March/April 2012 issue, I cover a different topic in every issue:
March/April 2012- #1 - Looking a "gift horse" in the mouth
Loose/escaped horse liability
Breach of warranty in lease
Horse trainer runs into problems "co-owning" horse with clients
Horse Transport nightmare: "dead" on arrival
"Coach" and Owner both liable for USEF doping violation
Taking a horse "on the cuff"
Even a pro can buy a lame horse
Was it a loan or was it a gift?
The disclosure dilemma -- how much should an amateur disclose when selling a horse?
Is the barn just "unlicensed day care"?
what can happen if you forget to include your horse in your will
Injured employees and "Whistleblowers"
Can you get sued for things you say on social media?
when your ex sells your horse
Equine Activity Liability Acts and the myth of "zero liability"
more on amateurs selling horses
business or hobby? Tax is the question
the paddock injury
No good deed goes unpunished -- finding a horse for the hard-to-suit rider
Scam spotting quiz
Tax Time tips
Estate planning for your horse
A landlord's liability for a tenant's livestock escape
"Barn Exam" and "You Be The Judge" present answers to a multitude of legal questions in a multiple-choice answer test format
I have written several legal guides for Avvo To read them, click here -->
Respecting the Rights Of the Disabled With Service Animals
Understanding the rights of the disabled to use their service animals Who would discriminate against a disabled person with a service animal?
Service Animals 101 - Know Your Rights
A basic legal guide to understanding the rights of service animal handlers. What is a “service animal”?
Warranties in Horse Sales - Separating Fact From Fiction
The Number 1 Biggest Myth in the horse industry: Every horse is sold “AS IS.” When a horse is sold “AS IS,” the principle “buyer beware” applies. This means the buyer is under a duty to educate himself....
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