Friday, September 26, 2008

Animal law comes to Tampa Bay, Florida

More and more attorneys are taking up animal law as a significant part of their practice, and it's really gratifying to see newspapers and other media across the country spotlight these practices. Here's a recent feature from on one nearby New Port Richey practitioner, Dionne Blaesing.


Martina said...

Ms. Walton is an avid animal lover and is one of the first lawyers in Florida to devote significant time to animal law and related issues. In addition to her workers compensation law practice, Ms. Walton represents animal owners and other parties in animal law cases.

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gmunoz said...

Does anyone have any contacts or suggestions on starting a grassroots campaign to call attention to recent slaughtering of hourses in Miami FLa. This has been going on for months and apparently government officials are not taking it too seriously because it continues with no leads for catching these criminals. They are dragging these animals out of stables and cutting the meat while the animal is still alive! Apparently they are sold on the black market. There is a very large hispanic community specifically "Cuban" in the area where this is occuring which considers the meat a delicacy in a specialty Cuban dish.