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Equine Law Blog

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The Equine Law Blog is written by Kelly Hart attorney and award-winning blogger, Alison Rowe. This blog covers noteworthy legal developments, commentary, and news of interest to those involved in the Texas horse industry. During the course of her career, author Alison Rowe has handled both transactional and litigation matters for horse owners and businesses involved in virtually every breed and discipline in the equine industry. Written from the prospective of an experienced equine law practitioner, this blog provides a one-of-a kind resource for readers. The Equine Law Blog also features guest posts by notable equine lawyers who practice in other jurisdictions, as well as fellow Kelly Hart attorneys.

 

Texas Employment Law Update

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Kelly Hart has published the Texas Employment Law Update since April 2009.  The blog focuses on labor, employment and human resources legal topics and developments of interest to Texas employers and employers with employees or operations in Texas including recent court decisions, agency interpretations, legislative actions and commentary.  With its defense and management-focused perspective, the Texas Employment Law Update is a useful resource for businesses to use in keeping apprised of current developments involving the rights and responsibilities of Texas employers and management.  The blog is complimentary service delivered to subscribers through e-mail subscription or RSS feed.  You can subscribe to the firm's blog here

 


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