In this premises liability action, the Appellate Division, First Judicial Department, in accordance with M&H’s arguments on appeal, applied precedent previously established by M&H (see, Doerr v. Goldsmith, 25 NY3d 1114 [2015]), and held that the Plaintiff could not recover damages from either the dog owner or the animal clinic because the dog had no known vicious propensities.

Easley v. The Animal Medical Center, et al

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