Lawyers's Suit over Dog's Death Survives Dismissal Motion

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A judge has refused to dismiss a suit brought by two attorneys asserting that their beloved dachshund-mix suffered kidney damage and ultimately died after being given medication meant for another dog when she was being boarded at an Atlanta kennel.

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Originally appeared in print as Lawyers's suit over dog's death survives dismissal motion

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    I am extremely encouraged to see this possible positive evolution of law in our time.

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    I gotta be frank - this is yet another story that makes me want to surrender my law license.

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    A pet has a lot more than "Market Value"..

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