WildEarth's Suit Over US Animal Control Program Trimmed

Law360, New York (March 15, 2013, 2:20 PM EDT) -- A federal judge on Thursday trimmed all but one claim from WildEarth Guardians' lawsuit alleging the federal government relies on outdated information and methods to carry out its wildlife management activities — such as culling the raven population — in Nevada.

U.S. District Judge Miranda Du threw out all but one Wilderness Act claim in the environmental group's suit alleging the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services program failed to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act and the Wilderness Act.

“Plaintiff alleges that [Wildlife Service's]...
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Case Information

Case Title

WildEarth Guardians v. United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and plant Health Inspection Service

Case Number




Nature of Suit

Environmental Matters


Miranda M. Du

Date Filed

April 30, 2012

Government Agencies

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