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Wild Kingdom: ADA and Service Animals

SC Lawyer

July 12, 2017

What do a parrot named “Sadie," a Shih Tzu/poodle mix named “Jazz,” and a miniature horse have in common?  SC Lawyer called on Nexsen Pruet employment and labor law attorney William Floyd to answer this question. 

All of the animals listed above were alleged to be service animals covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act.  To find out whether they were actually service animals and to learn more about how the ADA and similar laws handle service animals, read “Wild Kingdom: ADA and Service Animals,” S.C. Lawyer (July 2017), co-authored by William Floyd and NP summer associate Shannon Vogan.  

Read full article from SC Lawyer here.

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