BOSTON DOG LAWYERS IN THE NEWS
Beverly lawyer Jeremy Cohen loves his clients — unless they bite him. Which is an occupational hazard when you are the head attorney at Boston Dog Lawyers. “I went to meet a new client and he bit me on the hand,” Cohen told the Track. “It’s kind of hard to advocate for a dog in a dog-biting case when he bites you, but I don’t have to disclose it. Attorney-client privilege.”
BEVERLY — Jeremy Cohen probably couldn't be elected dogcatcher. He's usually on the other side at hearings on nuisance and dangerous dogs, but he is fierce about defending the rights of pets and pet owners, especially when the death penalty is involved. He is so passionate, in fact, that last year Cohen, a Salem resident, opened a new law practice focused squarely on dogs...
The dog population in the US has gone from 68 million in 2000 to 78 million in 2015. The internet and social media has elevated our house pets to a much higher level than ever before. Check out YouTube Crazy Cat Tricks or Favorite Dog Videos and it is evident that Americans love their pets. The law considers a pet property much like a wheelbarrow or a bicycle.