Are you looking for a CLE program that is fun and interesting – for a change? This light-hearted series explores areas of the law that fascinate most lawyers and laypeople. If I get divorced, who keeps the dog? If my dog steps on my phone and takes a selfie, who owns the copyright in the photo? If my neighbor reports that my dog is being neglected, can the police enter my home without a warrant to make sure my dog is OK? In the first installment of this series, Peter Afrasiabi answers these and many other interesting questions while reviewing the laws that govern dog ownership and conduct, including issues of constitutional, copyright, criminal, disability, divorce, property, tort and trespass law.
Peter Afrasiabi, Partner, One LLP, Newport Beach, CA
Peter is a founding partner at One, LLP, and focuses his practice on copyright, patent, trademark and entertainment litigation. In addition, he is a professor and the Director of the Appellate Clinic at University of California, Irvine School of Law. Peter graduated from University of California, Los Angeles and University of Southern California Gould School of Law.