Harnish v. Liberty Farm Equine Reproduction Center, LLC, No. 3:10-cv-511-PPS, 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 89394 (N.D. Ind. Jun. 25, 2013)

(lawsuit arising out of an incident in which stud horses were infected with an STD from the shared use of an artificial vagina by the horse semen collector; horse farm owner sought summary judgment to dispose of claim for piercing of corporate veil regarding personal liability; court denied motion due to factual questions; court granted motion to dismiss claim for violation of privacy through the publication of private facts claim because horse owners could not prove sufficient facts that the disclosure their horses had contracted an STD was highly offensive to them personally; court also dismissed claim for negligence in hiring because employee had been hired more than 10 years prior to incident.

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