Dog Law for Professionals Seminars 2019
Focusing on Criminal and Civil Dog Law, spaces are still available on this series of highly recommended UK Dog Law Seminars hosted by the UK’s top Dog Law lawyer Trevor Cooper.
The dates for the new Professional Dog Law seminars for 2019 are:-
- DONCASTER on Sunday 3rd November
- SUTTON COLDFIELD on Sunday 17th November
- GATWICK on Sunday 24th November
The seminars commence at 10.30am (registration from 10.00am) and will continue until around 4.00pm.
A buffet lunch will be provided between 1.00pm and 2.00pm.
Presented by – Trevor Cooper (Solicitor), the well-known principal of Cooper & Co (Solicitors)
- Dangerous Dogs
- Dangerous Dogs Act 1991
- Dogs Act 1871
- Dogs (Protection of Livestock) Act 1965
- The Law on Strays
- Animal Welfare (Licensing of Activities Involving Animals) (England) Regulations 2018 (including Lucy’s Law)
Other upcoming developments:
Presented by – Kate Richmond (Barrister)
- How a civil claim is brought
- The ingredients of a negligence claim (who is owed a duty of care, the duties on professionals, how a breach can occur and the implications)
- Breach of contract claims (are contracts worthwhile, how can liability be avoided and how can a contract be enforced including specific performance and damages claims)
Places cost £100 per person and include a buffet lunch plus a certificate of attendance.
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