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2010 Clifton B. Kruse Jr. Ethics Lecture: Top Ethics Issues

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Session from November 2010 Advanced Fall Institute. Examines the most serious ethical issues in today's economy. Presented by Stuart Zimring. 1 hour.
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2012 Annual Clifton B. Kruse Jr. Ethics Lecture: Good Movies, Bad Lawyers--Putting Ethics and Professionalism on Trial (2012)

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This annual ethics lecture is in honor of past member and founder Clifton B. Kruse Jr. The presenter addresses the ethical issues facing Elder Law and Special Needs Law practioners today. Presented by Richard A. Setterberg, Esq. of Richard A. Setterberg co., LPA. This is Part I which is a lecture, Part II features an opportunity for interactive discussion of this topic. This session was presented as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
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2012 Clifton B. Kruse Ethics Lecture: False Documents

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From the National Aging & Law Institute. Each year NAELA hosts this ethics lecture in honor of past member and founder Clifton B. Kruse Jr. The lecture focuses on Elder Law and Special Needs ethics and professionalism. This presentation addresses the ethical issues facing an Elder Law attorney in handling potentially false documents which might otherwise benefit a client. Apprx. 75 mins. Presented by Michael Ross, Esq.
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2013 Annual Clifton B. Kruse, Jr. Ethics Lecture--Advocating For Clients With Disabilities (2013)

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Be a better advocate for your clients who have disabilities. Patrick E. Longan, W. A. Bootle Chair in Ethics and Professionalism, Walter F. George School of Law Mercer University.
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2014 Clifton Kruse Ethics Lecture - Ethics of Ancillary Practices: How Much is Too Much?

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The focus of this lecture is complementary and ancillary services in connection with elder law and estate practices and how closely such services can be linked without running aground on ethical shores. Presented as the keynote address of the 2014 Annual National Conference by Margaret Lodise, Partner - Sacks, Glazier, Franklin & Lodise LLP
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2017 Clifton B. Kruse Jr. Ethics Lecture: Standards In Song

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This year's Clifton B. Kruse, Jr. Ethics lecture highlights NAELA's Aspirational Standards presented in songs. Presented by: A. Frank Johns, CELA, CAP, and Roberta K. Flowers, Professor at Law
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2018 Clifton Kruse Ethics Lecture: Non-Verbal Communication

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The Model Rules of Professional Conduct require an attorney to communicate effectively with a client. We know that not all communication is verbal, in fact a great deal of it is non-verbal. For an attorney to provide competent representation of a client under Model Rule 1.1, it’s critical for an attorney to know and understand various meanings of non-verbal communication, both the attorney’s and the client’s. This session will cover some of those more common non-verbal communications that a client may demonstrate and offer suggestions to the attorneys on how to maximize those client communications under Model Rule 1.4.
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Applications for NAELA's Aspirational Standards (2012)

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Breakout session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by a panel of NAELA's Aspirational Standards Committee members. 1 hour. Session attendees will learn how to use NAELA's Aspirational Standards by applying them to real life practical and ethical issues. Attendees also will debate how the Standards should be expanded into special needs law and revised to resolve those practical and ethical issues and situations not addressed by the current Standards.
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Benefit Mistakes To Your Client's Advantage (2017)

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You assist your client in properly reporting changes in his or her financial circumstances as required by the public benefit agency from which he or she receives benefits (e.g., no longer eligible due to excess resources, receipt of ISM, etc.) yet months go by and nothing happens. Or, a client comes to you after many years and you realize that he or she has been receiving benefits for which he or she has not been eligible despite verification of the public benefit agency having the relevant information. Do you open pandora's box? If so, how do you mitigate the damages? Presented by: Mary Alice Jackson, Fellow
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Clifton B. Kruse, Jr. Ethics Lecture - A Debate on Derivative Client Status as Related to Beneficiaries of SNTs (2015)

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As attorneys specializing in elder law and special needs, we often find ourselves struggling with who is our real client. Additionally, we may believe that we have moral and possibly legal obligations and duties to derivative, non-clients, especially vulnerable elders and persons with special needs. Lecture is in debate format.
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