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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?
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.
When the Agency Gets it Wrong to Your Client's Advantage
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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