Amanda Simmons Speaks on Ethics Implications in Horse Sales


On February 18, 2009 at 7pm, Amanda G. Simmons, an attorney in Shutts & Bowen’s Orlando office and chair of the firm's Equine Law Practice Group, will be speaking at the Seminole County Cooperative Extension Auditorium in Sanford, Florida about the ethics implications involved in the sale of horses. Ms. Simmons will be speaking on the new sales regulations, as well as the practical ramifications involved in typical transactions.

Ms. Simmons has worked in the horse industry for 20 years. She has developed a national reputation as an equine attorney, and represents nationally acclaimed and international clients in both litigation and transactional matters.  Ms. Simmons, who is licensed to practice law in both Florida and Kentucky, is also the Vice Chair of the Kentucky Bar Association’s Equine Law Section, 2008-2009.

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