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Animal Law Podcast #47: The Case of the Not-So-Natural Choice

Mariann Sullivan 25 April 2019 17


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What do you think of when you hear the words, “Natural Choice?” Kelsey Eberly of the Animal Legal Defense Fund and David Muraskin of Public Justice tell us about what really goes in to Hormel’s “Natural Choice” meat and poultry products and why the DC Superior Court, dismissing their case on standing and preemption, got it wrong.

Join Animal Law professor and longtime activist Mariann Sullivan as she unpacks the latest updates, cases, and news from the burgeoning world of animal law.

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Animal Law Podcast #46: The Case Against the USDA, Revisited

Mariann Sullivan 28 March 2019

On this episode of the Animal Law Podcast I speak to Christopher Berry of the Animal Legal Defense Fund about ALDF vs. The Food and Drug Administration, an unusual and years-long Freedom of Information Act case involving attempts to obtain …continue

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Animal Law Podcast #51: The Case of the Catastrophic Copper Mine

Mariann Sullivan 29 August 2019

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Animal Law Podcast #50: Justin Marceau on Animal Law and Criminal Punishment

Mariann Sullivan 25 July 2019

On this episode of the Animal Law Podcast, I speak once again with Justin Marceau, author of the new book Beyond Cages: Animal Law and Criminal Punishment. We discuss what types of cruelty he believes are appropriate for prosecution, why …continue

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