Please forward this error screen to willis. You probably will have noticed that the updates here are getting fewer and farther between. I intend to keep this personal blog and its associated Facebook page, but I’d encourage you all to check out The Florida Florida fish identification pdf’s Animal Law Committee Facebook page, which is frequently updated with interesting animal law related material from around the state.
The November 2014 Florida Bar Journal is a special issue dedicated to Animal Law. It features articles on the state of animal law in Florida, Pet Trusts, Equine Lien Laws, an Integrated Animal Court Proposal, the law on dog bites, and civil and criminal prosecution of animal abuse. The cover features a dog from the Second Judicial Circuit’s therapy dog program. Mark your calendars for October 13 if you are interested in learning more about the laws that apply to animal shelters and non-profit animal rescues. Insurance Practice Section’s Animal Law Committee Committee is holding a symposium at the Hyatt Regency in Jacksonville. Check out the agenda, brochure, and registration information here.
American Bar Association to vote on animal activist law. Deaths of Manatees, Dolphins and Pelicans Point to Estuary at Risk. Report: Apalachicola oysters may need 5 years, ‘significant’ funding to recover. Follow us on twitter by clicking here. A new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reports on research demonstrating that bottlenose dolphins may identify each other with unique signature whistles. Do Dolphins Use Whistles to Call Themselves by Unique Names?
The Jacksonville Times Union has an article on a gaming new report to the Florida Legislature that reflects on the decline in interest in greyhound racing. Michael Glenn, general manager of the Palm Beach Kennel Club, one of the country’s premiere greyhound tracks. Our simulcast revenue will also increase, but there just are not enough folks out there to come to the track and wager on these races. Jamie Shelton, CFO of Jacksonville Greyhound Racing, agrees with Glenn. He said that no matter what efforts are made to prop up the sport, interest is not there. We can see it by our live handle. There are just too many other things to do out there today.
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Watching a greyhound race is not at the top of most people’s agenda. You should consult with a lawyer in your jurisdiction if you require legal advice. See my full disclaimer by clicking here. Select items from the table of contents below.