A Primer on Pet Limits, Ownership Disputes, Liability Exposure for Boarding Facilities, and More
Whether you're thinking about starting a niche, or you're just interested in learning about a new practice area, this program is for you! This guide unpacks the fundamentals of dog law. Review federal and state regulations affecting dog owners and professionals, identify best practices for minimizing liability risks for groomers and boarding facilities, and get a brief overview of case law developments - register today!
Dig into the history of dog law.
Discover pointers for handling dog bite cases.
Develop strategies for dealing with other common cases concerning pet professionals and owners.
Primer on Dog Law: History and Essential Elements
Governing Law: Breed Bans, Pet Limits, and More
Handling Dog Bite Cases
Other Common Cases Involving Dog Owners and Professionals
Dog Custody Disputes
Police Dogs and Shootings
Fraud (Pet Food, Puppy Lemon Laws, etc.)
Liability Exposure for Dog Sitters, Walkers, Groomers, and Boarding Facilities
Jay E. Heit is a shareholder with Herrick & Hart, S.C., in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. He focuses his practice in the areas of personal injury, car collisions, slip and fall, medical malpractice, catastrophic injuries, criminal defense, dog bites, and farm accidents. He has tried over 75 cases to verdict. Mr. Heit is a former federal law clerk who served for the Honorable John B. Jones of the District of South Dakota. He is a member of Eau Claire Bar Association (past president) and Wisconsin Association of Justice (Board of Directors). Mr. Heit earned his B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from the University of St. Thomas and his J.D. degree from the University of South Dakota School of Law.
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