Tag: public advocacy

May 22, 2012

Dear Colleen Lynn, Thank you for over four years of long hours, creativity and resourcefulness, which were all necessary to fulfill your commitment to preventing dangerous dog attacks. You have accomplished so much during this period, and the tide is beginning to turn in your favor, meaning more people are listening and paying attention to […]

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March 7, 2012

Like a gunfighter with no bullets, Las Vegas copyright company Righthaven LLC no longer has any copyrights to sue over. A federal judge in Las Vegas on Monday stripped Righthaven of whatever interests it has in its 278 federal copyright registrations as well as its trademark. Judge Philip Pro ordered that the copyrights and trademarks […]

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March 5, 2012

Dear Colleen Lynn, As the parents of a child who endured a disfiguring near-death mauling by a pit bull terrier, I can’t begin to express my gratitude by your founding Dogsbite.org. A lifelong dog enthusiast myself, I have also been concerned when mans best friend is bred to the extremes. That concern was realized in […]

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January 16, 2012

Pit Bull Attack Victims May Have New Hope to Recover from Landlords After Maulings DogsBite.org files amicus brief in landmark appeals case that hopes to expand liability out to landlords when a tenant’s pit bull attacks. Personal injury attorneys may soon have a new argument in their tool chest and landlords may have new concerns. […]

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December 30, 2011

Response to questions from My Consumer Electronics regarding the future of Righthaven LLC: “Righthaven LLC tends to mimic the ancient Phoenix rising from the ashes. It’s unclear what will result from the current and upcoming intellectual property auctions and high stakes legal maneuvers. I would like to see the domain name (righthaven.com) contain an archive […]

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