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How to Avoid Legal Battles in Your Equine Lease

Equine leases have significantly grown in popularity across Minnesota. When we talk about equine leases, we’re referring the to the umbrella that includes horses, pastures, breeding, facility, and other leases directly associated with horses and related industries. As with any other businesses leases, if not understood by both parties or drafted incorrectly, lease disputes can quickly escalate to time-consuming and costly lawsuits.

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Employees vs. Independent Contractors

Little known fact: not all jobs are created equally when it comes to how they are classified under the law. For example, take this hypothetical: Rocking R Ranch employs several people to do different jobs. Billy cleans the stalls, Margaret keeps the books, and John is the head trainer. Rocking R has employment agreements with each individual and lists Billy as an employee but Margaret and John as independent contractors. Is this correct? The decision will determine responsibilities and liability for Rocking R and its workers.

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Complaints About Your Business? Defend Yourself!

If you have a business, chances are that someone will complain about some aspect of your service or product. This is just a fact of life: you can't please everyone. Complaints can come in a variety of forms. In today's world, a complaint might be a bad review on Yelp or a post on Facebook. It could also be a complaint filed with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) or even with the state Attorney General's office. Regardless of how people complain about your business, you should always respond to their comments in a productive way.

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Advice for Entrepreneurs

Starting a business is an exciting time of life! You get to be your own boss, make your own hours, decide how you want your business to grow...and you are responsible for all of those decisions as well. That's where advisors come in: attorneys, tax professionals, investment advisors, and so on. Our job is to help our clients be informed so that they can make the best decision for their business.

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Pony Rides for All (Who sign a liability release)!

Spring has sprung around the country! For many horse owners, warmer weather and daylight savings means more time and opportunity for horsey endeavors. It also means that more friends and relatives might ask if they can come over for a pony ride or a trail ride. Before you saddle up Ginger and Merrylegs to hit the trail or give a pony ride, consider requiring helmets for everyone under 18, and having all adults sign a liability release.

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4 Things You Need to Know About Equine Law

Owning horses can be an incredibly fun hobby, as well as a business, that allows you to spend a great deal of time with these intelligent and beautiful animals. However, there are some basics about equine law that every horse lover should be aware of.

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Complaints about your business? Defend yourself!

If you have a business, chances are that someone will complain about some aspect of your service or product. This is just a fact of life: you can't please everyone. Complaints can come in a variety of forms. In today's world, a complaint might be a bad review on Yelp or a post on Facebook. It could also be a complaint filed with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) or even with the state Attorney General's office. Regardless of how people complain about your business, you should always respond to their comments in a productive way.

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How to Transfer your Business to a Family Member

There comes a time in every business owner’s life when they are ready to prepare for retirement. In some cases, selling the business is a no-brainer, other times people just choose to close their doors. But what happens when you want to pass your business down to your children. Especially if one or more of them isn’t interested in running a business.

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