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The Institute will be held at Keeneland Race Course and simultaneously livestreamed via Zoom for those attending remotely. For more information (including a detailed agenda) and a printable registration form, download a PDF of the 36th Annual National Conference on Equine Law brochure. If you have questions or wish to register by phone, please contact our office at 859-257-2921.

COVID-19 SAFETY PLAN: If it is deemed unsafe to hold this Institute in person, please note that it will be offered as a live, interactive Zoom Webinar on the same dates and following the same agenda times. We will notify registrants of this change as soon as is practicable.

Tentative topics include:

  • Annual Case Law Update for the Equine Law Attorney
  • An Update on Equine Activity Liability Acts
  • Athlete Representation Before the FEI
  • An Update on Keeneland
  • Massaging the Requirements? Licensure and Related Issues in the Equine Massage Industry
  • Hobby Loss Rules and IRS Audit Initiatives – What You Need to Know
  • Legal Ethics for the Equine Law Attorney: Working from Home
  • Waivers for Foreign Equine Industry Workers
  • Annual Federal Legislative Update for the Equine Law Attorney
  • Legal Issues Surrounding Racetrack Safety in the Thoroughbred Industry
  • Drafting Multi-Owner Racing Partnership Agreements
  • The Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority
  • Equine Law Legal Ethics: Multi-Jurisdictional Practice Issues
  • AQHA Registration Issues and Lost Profit Damages
  • Name, Image, Likeness (NIL), and the Equine Sport College Athlete


Zoom Requirements for Remote Attendance:

  • Stable, high-speed internet connection
  • Desktop/laptop computer, tablet, phone, or other mobile device
  • No Zoom account needed to attend!

More information on using Zoom: