I love to watch TV, but I'm starting to get tired of the distractions.
As I write this, litigation is taking place in Texas that brings the issue of damages from "Pain and suffering" back to the front burner of animal law.
When I get together with friends who work in other healthcare professions, the conversation often turns to malpratice insurance coverage.
Americans are traditionally comfortable with the laws that prohibit them from taking certain actions such as expectorating in public or conducting insider trading in private.
After a recent talk I gave in Las Vegas, a veterinarian came up to the podium and told me she'd been considering applying to law school.
There is a time and place for non-compete contracting in the veterinary practice.
Well, it's all finished, and I am so relieved! The Great Recession is over!