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- Intellectual Property
- Business Law
- Animal & Dog Law
Additional Practice Area
- Equine Law
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- Credit Cards Accepted
Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
I charge $125 for a 30-minute consultation and $250 for a 60-minute consultation. I charge all flat fees for my services and provide my fee schedule on my law firm's website.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Suffolk University Law School
- J.D. (1993) | Law
- Boston College
- B.A. (1990) | Psychology
- State Bar of Massachusetts  # 564054
Websites & Blogs
- Windhorse Legal, PLLC
9 Questions Answered
- Q. Basically if I lost someone’s dog and we weren’t able to find it could I be sued?
- A: A situation like that really depends on the details. Dogs are considered property in Massachusetts, so it's similar, as awful as this sounds, to losing someone's property. Anyone can sue, so it comes down to whether you would be found responsible for the loss. And, as I said, that really is going to depend on the specific details.
- Q. Should I include any sort of legal text/disclaimer on my clothing store website?
- Q. If somebody gives me a dog as a gift how do I get it registered under my name
- A: I can't answer your situation specifically because you aren't my client. Generally speaking, there are various ways to prove dog ownership, such as being the owner on a microchip ID, being listed as an owner at the vet, registering the dog with the city or town to get a dog license, and even being listed as the owner on a breed registry (although that may not be used as the sole proof of ownership). If you have more questions, feel free to email me at email@example.com.
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