Matthew Monsour Quoted Regarding Pro Bono Client

April 30, 2013

Pittsburgh associate Matthew Monsour was quoted in a story published in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on March 28 titled “New Sewickley pair’s rescue of big dogs threatened in zoning dispute.” He is representing a dog rescue group that may be forced to cease operations due to a zoning dispute.

On April 1 an article about Monsour's efforts appeared in the Beaver County Times.

The case was also mentioned in the Pet Tales column of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on April 27. It was also the topic of an editorial published in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on April 30 titled "Canine justice: A local rescue shelter is not a commercial kennel."

For more information on this case, see our Nov. 17, 2014, update: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Covers Hearing for Matthew Monsour’s Pro Bono Dog-Rescue Client.

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