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Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Animal Law Conversation at Slippery Slope

Over at The Slippery Slope, Meredith Miller (Touro) discusses animal law with Adam Karp, a Washington (State) animal law lawyer and adjunct professor of animal law at both the University of Washington and Seattle University.   Around the half-way point (12 minutes or thereabouts), the conversation includes an interesting discussion on the recoverable damages when suing for harm to a pet (including valuing the life of a deceased pet).


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