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In the Media
CBC Dec 4, 2019
Suzana recommends the Canadian Kennel Club as the first spot to look for breeders with morality.
Animal News Magazine Podcast Sept 8, 2019
Suzana talks to host Nancy Di Fabio about what happens when couples split up and how does the law view these situations?
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Law Times May, 2019
…connections between animal rights and human rights…
Canadian Lawyer January, 2019
The Superior Court of Justice has ruled the current animal protection law enforcement regime in Ontario to be unconstitutional.
Breakfast Television May 24, 2018
Your pets are part of your family and unfortunately when families fall apart, or couples separate – animal rights will come in to play. Suzana spoke about this on Breakfast Television!
The Lawyer’s Daily August 24, 2017
Is small claims court the right place for pet issues or should a new court for animals be developed?
The Dating and Relationship Show July 16, 2017
The Lawyer’s Daily April 10, 2017
Is there a difference between the family dog and the family cutlery in the eyes of the law?
CBC Radio January, 2017
Here and Now’s host Gill Deacon talks with lawyer and animal advocate Suzana Gartner about what happens to the family pet when there’s a divorce.
Toronto Star January, 2017
Pet custody disputes can be nasty, but some former couples have found workable solutions
Follow-up interview on Tasha Kheiriddin’s show on Talk Radio AM640 (audio unavailable).
The Lawyers Weekly November, 2016
Pet insurance is becoming more common and is of interest to many owners. However, insurance companies can be highly restrictive in what they cover and in what they do not. Caveat emptor.
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Pets Magazine October, 2016
Suzana Gartner and Sam Galway give an overview of common legal issues involving pets such as custody in separations or estates.
Law Times News September, 2016
Suzana Gartner, of Gartner & Associates Animal Law, says a lighter sentence is appropriate in this instance, as it does not appear that (Diane) Way wilfully neglected the cats.
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