Category Archives: Dog Bites and Animal Attacks

“Personal Black Box” Presentation a hit at National Trial Lawyers Convention

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Lawyers, paralegals and other professionals from all over the United States (and the world!) got up early to hear Doug Landau’s presentation “Proving Your Unwitnessed Case with Invisible Electronic Witnesses” at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts. “You CAN prove your UNwitnessed bike crash case using Garmin, FitBit, Apple Watch and other ‘personal GPS’

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Dog Attack Injuries – Is Desexing the Cure? – Part 2

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In our last post we discussed the increasing prevalence of vicious dog attacks in Australia, as noted by Virginia dog attack lawyer Doug Landau while traveling “down under”.  According to an article in the Australian press, the Australian government is proposing mandatory desexing and microchipping for newly purchased dogs and cats.  Could that be the

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Doug Landau in Australia

Dog Attack Injuries – Is Desexing the Cure? – Part 1

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Whilst in Australia, the headline “Dog Attack Injuries Bite Hard” caught the eye of Doug Landau. Apparently, serious dog attack injuries are on the rise despite the number of registered canines being unchanged. A record number of dog attack victims were so severely injured that they required hospital treatment. The numbers from the Dog and

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New Dog Tethering Rules in Fairfax City

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A new law makes the City of Fairfax tougher on dog owners than the Commonwealth of Virginia. City of Fairfax Ordinance No. 21014-32 was signed by Mayor Scott Silverthorne on December 15, 2014. Effective on that date, within the City of Fairfax: Dogs age 4 months and older may be tethered for no more than “one

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