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Shepherding in a New Era in Section 11(b) Rights

by Bennett Jones LLP on

In R v Jones and Schmidt, 2016 ONSC 7388, a November decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the court found that unreasonable delays in bringing the case to trial were mostly attributable to the prosecution and,...more

DeCoster Rehearing Denied—Food and Beverage Company Executives Face Risks of Prosecution as Responsible Corporate Officers

by Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP on

A recent Eighth Circuit decision that two corporate officers must serve jail time for failing to prevent the distribution of contaminated eggs despite the fact that they did not know the eggs were infected reaffirms...more

Food and Beverage News and Trends - November 2016

by DLA Piper on

Four cities will hold referendums this month on taxes on sugary beverages. Looking forward to Election Day, an October 17 survey by PBS NewsHour noted that voters in three California cities and one Colorado city will vote on...more

Uncovering Factory Farming - The Effects of Ag Gag Laws [Video]

by Lawline.com on

Ag-Gag laws, or whistleblower laws specific to the factory farming industry, have been prevalent in recent news as new laws are both enacted and struck down in states across the nation. These laws illuminate the...more

Outline of New York Farm Animal Welfare Law

by Cari Rincker on

This is an outline of farm animal welfare law in the state of New York....more

How to Handle Visits from Non-Police Officers

by Cari Rincker on

This article guides New York livestock producers on how to handle non-police officers who want to view the farm and animals to investigate whether there is any animal cruelty....more

Missouri Veterinary Medical Board v. Gray

Defendant's Sur-Reply to Petitioners... Motion for Partial Judgment on the PleadingsMissouri

by David Roland on

The Missouri Veterinary Medical Board filed a lawsuit seeking to enjoin Brooke Gray from filing down sharp enamel points on horses' teeth, which the Board argues constitutes the practice of veterinary medicine. Gray denied...more

Missouri Veterinary Medical Board v. Brooke Gray and B&B Equine Dentistry

Defendants' Response to Motion for Partial Judgment on the PleadingsMissouri

by David Roland on

The Missouri Board of Veterinary Medicine filed suit against Brooke Gray and B&B Equine Dentistry, alleging that they had committed the crime of practicing veterinary medicine without a license. Ms. Gray is alleged to have...more

The Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act of 2010

Prop 19 - Copy of California Proposition 19 to Legalize MarijuanaCalifornia

by Adrian Lurssen on

Full text copy of California's Prop 19 initiative up for vote on November 2, 2010. If passed, Proposition 19 will in effect legalize marijuana in California. See text of the intiative for details. Includes following...more

Missouri Veterinary Medical Board v. Gray

Defendants' Sur-Reply to Petitioner's... Motion in LimineMissouri

by David Roland on

The Missouri Veterinary Medical Board filed suit seeking to enjoin Brooke Gray from filing sharp enamel points from horses' teeth, which the Board argues constitutes the practice of veterinary medicine, which is a criminal...more

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