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Ethics Rule 1.14: Where Do You Draw the Line?

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While representing a client under Rule of Professional Conduct 1.14, you are able to communicate with more people than just your client but where do you draw the line on who you should and should not communicate with? Presented by: Marco D. Chayet, Esq. and Tamara E. Trujillo, Esq.
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Examining the Data: After the Kruse Lecture (2015)

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Follow up to the Clifton B. Kruse, Jr. Ethics Lecture - A Debate on Derivative Client Status as Related to Beneficiaries of SNTs. Presented by Frank Johns, Larry Froelich, Mary Radford, Bobbi Flowers, Becky Morgan
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Five "C's" of Elder Law Ethics (2011)

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The five "C's" of Elder Law Ethics (client, confidences, capacity, conflict and control) are discussed in this audience interactive discussion. Also covers the more complex issues surrounding the identification of the client, the duty of the attorney when working with a client with diminished capacity; the thorny area of confidential information; the need to identify and deal with conflicts; and finally the essential responsibility of the attorney to allow the client to be in control of the objectives of the representation. Approx. 45 mins. Presented by Professor Roberta Flowers, Stetson University College of Law.
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Good Movies, Bad Lawyers--Putting Ethics and Professionalism on Trial (Part II of the 2012 Clifton B. Kruse Jr. Ethics Lecture) (2012)

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Continued discussion of Elder Law ethics initiated in the 2012 Clifton B. Kruse Jr. Ethics Lecture. During this session there is opportunity to participate and engage in discussion about what movies can teach us about Elder Law ethics. Presented by Richard A. Setterberg, Esq., of Richard A. Setterberg Co., LPA. Presented as part of the National Aging and Law Institute
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Hoarding Behavior in the Elder Population (2009)

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Session from 2009 Annual Conference presented by Emily B. Saltz, LICSW, Director of Elder Resources. Session presents an overview of hoarding behavior in the elderly population. Ms. Saltz discusses the prevalence and demographics of hoarding and also discusses clinical and legal intervention strategies. Case studies are used to illustrate complex ethical dilemmas that arise in serving this "hidden" population.
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How Far Do You Push the Envelope on Ethics?

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Learn to apply ethical rules (including NAELA's Aspirational Standards) to your conferences with clients. Deal with the issues of first impression and be better positioned to advise clients of the potential risks and benefits of being the "test case". Presented by Lawrence A. Frolik, CAP, Fellow and Jennifer L. Vanderveen, CELA, CAP
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Is My Client Incapacitated?

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Learn how to prepare questions to ask the potential client to assess whether they have capacity to retain you as counsel; articuate to the court your decision to represent a client who has retained you even after the court has appointed a guardian; and apply the rules of client confidentiality when representing a client who is the subject of an ongoing protective proceeding. Presented by Joan L. Robert, CELA, CAP and Jennifer L. Vanderveen, CELA, CAP
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Is My Staff Engaging in the Unauthorized Practice of Law?

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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.
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Knowing Your Ethics Limits On Taxes

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What can a tax lawyer do and not do for a client? How do you recognize when a client wants to commit tax fraud and what steps can you take to avoid being involved? Presented by Ruth A. Phelps, CELA, CAP, Fellow
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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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