Firm Seeks Permanent Injunction against
Puppy Store Mt. Clemens
Plaintiffs will be attending
hearing seeking a “cease and desist” order
from judge to prevent sale of sick animals
Friday, August 21, 2015
CONTACT: Pam Sordyl, firstname.lastname@example.org, 734-718-7100
MT. CLEMENS, MICHIGAN – Plaintiffs who purchased companion animals from Little Dogz, formally operating as Pollywood Pets located in the Gibraltar Trade Center, will be attending the first set of hearings August 24, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. at the Macomb County Circuit Court in Honorable Judge James Biernat, Sr. courtroom.
The plaintiff’s attorney Jenifer Measel of Haas & Goldstein, P.C., a
based law firm, is asking for a permanent
injunction barring the store or its owners from selling animals. Farmington Hills
Thirty-one plaintiffs are now included in the lawsuit filed in March 2015 seeking monetary damages for multiple violations of the Consumer Protection Act after purchasing puppies that were genetically defective, suffering from infections, and highly contagious diseases.
Case # 15-0702-CZ
4 Floor, Honorable Judge James Biernat, Sr.