The Law and Liability for Shelters and Rescues

February 2015 by Ryan Clinton

Audience: Executive Leadership

Video Length: 55 minutes

Learn how shelters and rescue groups can implement strategies to limit their liability for saving lives.  Topics will include risk reduction, lawsuits, insurance, and policy protocols.  Your lawyer will thank you for attending. 

About Ryan Clinton

Ryan Clinton is a Texas appellate attorney, a shareholder at the law firm Davis, Gerald & Cremer PC, and a former Texas Assistant Solicitor General. In 2005, Ryan founded FixAustin. org, an animal-advocacy organization aimed at making Austin a "No Kill” community. Ryan was recently named one of the top 25 attorneys in Texas under the age of 40 by Texas Lawyer, was named a "Super Lawyer" in appellate law in Texas Monthly magazine, and has ten times been named a "Rising Star" in appellate law in Texas Monthly magazine.  He was also a 2009 recipient of the No Kill Advocacy Center's Henry Bergh Leadership Award.  He is a frequent speaker on animal law and advocacy throughout the country.


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