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Unformatted text preview: ed a jury instruction that “intrinsic value can supplement market value, analogizing it
to the ‘heirloom’ worth of wedding photos or a grandmother’s brooch. Stephanski v. Wimpy, DEC
266.40 (Franklin Cir. Court)
A $ 30,000 settlement after a security guard shot an arthritic German shepherd.
“clients of New York sole practitioner Edward Martz…turned down a $25,000 settlement of a
veterinary malpractice suit because the deal included no admission or wrongdoing…” Drafting Trusts for Animals
By Frances Carlisle and Paul Franken
NEW YORK LAW JOURNAL, December 13, 1997, p.1
In July, 1996, the New York Legislature added section 7-6.1 to the Estates, Powers and Trusts
Law to permit a person to create a trust for the care of designated domestic or pet animals. This
article discusses some practical aspects of creating these trusts and some of the problems that may
arise in attempting to comply with the statute. DA Watches Out for The Bears
By Jean Guccione
SAN FRANCISCO DAILY JOURNAL, July 7, 1997, p. 1
Profile of Alpine County, California District Attorney Colleen E. Hemingway who is “…fast
becoming known for her vigilance i...
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