We obtained summary judgment dismissing our client, a dog rescue company, that was sued in a dog bite case venued in New Jersey Superior Court, Middlesex County. The plaintiff was bit by a pit-bull mix that was adopted by the co-defendant from the rescue company approximately two weeks prior to the dog bite. We moved for summary judgment, arguing that our client owed no duty to the plaintiff because it was no longer the owner on the date of the incident. The plaintiff argued that our client was co-owner of the dog, even after the dog was adopted, and that our client had allegedly given notice of the dangerous propensities of the dog. We argued that there was no notice of the dangerous propensities of the dog and that the adopter had sole possession and control of the dog after the adoption. After oral argument, the court granted our motion for summary judgment, finding that our client did not owe any duties to the plaintiff.