American Kennel Club sued over dog dock diving dispute, avoids default, seeks dismissal

American Kennel Club sued over dog dock diving dispute, avoids default, seeks dismissal

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov. 14 — Alexander Gerding wanted to train his dog to dockside dive. But, he now alleges, North American Diving Dogs LLC is “exploiting the dog dock diving market” in New York State. He filed a complaint.

On December 29, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, Judge Andrew L. Carter, held a hearing. Inner City Press has it covered.

NADD wants to file a motion to dismiss, and will be allowed to do so. But on file is Gerding’s Dec. 15 request for a clerk’s certificate of default against them.

Judge Carter said not to worry, the default will not be listed. So the motion to dismiss.

The case is Gerding v. American Kennel Club et al., 21-cv-7958 (Carter)

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