455 ABA Journal articles on Animal Law.
A woman who named her cat after Reggie Watts is getting some help from the comedian in her custody battle with a shelter that claims it is entitled to the…
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SeaWorld contends in a sanctions motion that Covington & Burling should pay more than $1.9 million in attorney fees incurred by the park for defense of a “frivolous” class action…
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A photographer who claimed he owned the copyright to a selfie snapped by a monkey has settled a suit brought on the macaque’s behalf by People for the Ethical Treatment…
Sep 13, 2017 12:16 PM CDT
An Oregon appeals court has upheld a trial judge’s order that a couple’s dogs must get debarking surgery to prevent them from disturbing their neighbors.
The appeals court ruled on…
Aug 31, 2017 10:37 AM CDT
The ABA House of Delegates on Monday backed trap-neuter-vaccinate-return (TNVR) programs for free-roaming cats.
The House approved Resolution 102B, which calls for legislation and policies at state and local…
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A Manhattan condominium association is suing a Latham & Watkins partner in an effort to evict her pit bull.
The suit against lawyer Michelle Kelban-Carteron by the board of managers…
Jul 6, 2017 11:21 AM CDT
A New York appeals court has turned down another habeas appeal filed on behalf of two caged chimpanzees, finding that new affidavits by Dr. Jane Goodall and other experts don’t…
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Natalie Barefoot might be one of the few lawyers who enthusiastically describes her work as fun. As executive director of Cet Law, Barefoot has channeled her passion for cetaceans—which include whales, dolphins and porpoises—into a nonprofit law practice with a mission to advocate on behalf of the mammals and their habitats.
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