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Non-Verbal Communication in a Multi-Cultural World (2018)
Discussion of micro-expressions and cultural differences in nonverbal communication, with expert analysis of the non-verbals during the Trump-Clinton debates.
Should You, Not Can You? The Ethics of Profiting From Ancillary Services (ANNUAL 2016)
Presented as the 2016 edition of the Annual Clifton Kruse Memorial Ethic Lecture series by Susan R. Martyn, Distinguished University Professor, Stoepler Professor of Law & Values Emeritus, University of Toledo College of Law; Andrew H. Hook, CELA, Fellow; A. Frank Johns, CELA, CAP, Fellow; Thomas G. Begley, Jr., CELA, Fellow; and Roberta K. Flowers, Professor of Law
Staff Engaged in the Unauthorized Practice of Law? (2017)
This session will examine the typical sized elder law firm from solo to small and the dangers that exist for staff to cross over into the unauthorized practice of law. How does the solo or small firm practitioner who heavily relies on delegation prevent this from happening? Presented by: Wendy Wen Yun Chang, Esq.
the Basics Of Elder Law Ethics (2012)
Presentation describes the "C"s of Elder Law and ethics: client confidences, control, conflicts, capacity, complex representation. Presented by Professor Roberta K. Flowers. Produced in partnership with Stetson School of Law
The Ethical Elder Law Team (2012)
This interactive workshop utilizes polling technology to give participants practical and ethical tips to assist lawyers and staff in creating a productive and professional team. Presented by Dr. Susan Demers, Dean of Paralegal Studies, St. Petersburg College; and Prof. Roberta K. Flowers, Stetson University College of Law as part of the 2012 National Aging and Law Institute.
Top Ten Elder Law Ethical Issues (2010)
Webinar presented November 2010 as a companion to the 2010 Clifton Kruse Ethics Lecture. Examines the most serious ethical questions facing Elder Law attorneys in today's economy. Presented by Stuart Zimring. 1 hour.
Understanding What Is the Practice of Law (2013)
This session will consider the complex questions surrounding the definition of practicing law. Using hypotheticals and an audience response system, this interactive presentation will look at the ethics rules and laws and assist attorneys to understand when their actions and the actions of others involve the practice of law. Presented by Prof. Roberta K. Flowers and Prof. Rebecca C. Morgan, CAP.
What Do You Do When the Agent Is Unethical? (2017)
Identify the duties owed to the non-client beneficiary. Recognize unethical conduct by a fiduciary. Take steps necessary to correct the misconduct and avoid assisting in it. Presented by Erika M. Dine, Esq., Professor Roberta A. Flowers and Twyla L. Sketchley, Esq.
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