MonoNeon was Prince’s last bassist, working with the legend during the end of 2015 and the beginning of 2016. MonoNeon identified the mythic musician as a mentor to him, and, as one of the last musicians to work with Prince, MonoNeon has channeled his time working with Prince into new music inspired by the master. Now, the bassist has released a new music video, a trippy, technicolor video that accompanies the equally whimsical track, “Thoughts In The Morning Time.” The song is off MonoNeon’s brand spankin’ new EP, Selfie Quickie 2wooo, which is available here at a name-your-price pay scale. Check out MonoNeon’s new video below, courtesy of the artist, and keep an eye out for more from this rad dude!
Animal law program set June 1, 2005 Regular News The Florida Bar’s new Animal Law Committee will hold its inaugural seminar June 24 at the Annual Meeting in Orlando.The seminar is titled “Animal Law Issues Affecting Florida Practitioners” and is intended to educate members of the profession regarding the laws, regulations, and court decisions dealing with legal issues involving animals, including how such issues affect more traditional practice areas.The event will kick off at 8 a.m. with “Animal Law and Legal Malpractice: The Necessity to Understand Animal Law and How It Relates to Your Practice,” by Steven M. Wise, a 25-year animal law practitioner and author of Rattling the Cage, Drawing the Line, and Though the Heavens May Fall. He is also an adjunct animal law professor at the Harvard Law School, Vermont Law School, John Marshall Law School, and Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine.Other segments of the seminar will address “Animal Law and the First Amendment: Animal Abuse Protest Cases,” with Thomas R. Julin of Miami and Victor S. Kline of Orlando; “Trusts and Pets: Establishing Trusts for Pets Under Florida Law,” with C. Randolph Coleman of Jacksonville; “The Law on Housing, Disabilities, and Therapy Pets,” with Michael R. Masinter of Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center; “Florida Equine Law: The Proper Treatment of Florida’s Horses – A Matter of Course, Of Course?” with Craig I. Scheiner; “Dangerous Dog Litigation,” with Steven J. Wisotsky of Nova Southeastern; “Practicing Animal Tort Law: Practical Considerations for Animal Law Practitioners,” with Marcy I. LaHart of West Palm Beach; and “Pet Store Litigation: Defective Puppies and Puppy Mill Cases,” with Fred M. Kray of Miami.For registration information see the Annual Meeting brochure in the May issue of The Florida Bar Journal. Animal law program set