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2018 Annual (24 Sessions)
This bundle includes 24 recorded sessions from the 2018 Annual Conference held in New Orleans, including sessions on technology, advocacy, public benefits planning and ethics.
2018 Summit (28 Sessions)
The 2018 Summit in Chicago featured 28 quality sessions including 3 tracks focusing on Guardianship, Special Needs Planning and Practice Management.
2019 NAELA Annual Conference (bundle)
This bundle includes 21 recorded sessions from the 2019 Annual Conference held in Fort Worth TX, including sessions on technology, advocacy, public benefits planning and ethics.
Alternative Housing Arrangements (2012)
Breakout session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by
Neil T. Rimsky, CELA.
. 1 hour. Explore options to remain out of a nursing home. We can look at assisted living; and ccrc's, including legislation and contract issues. We can consider non-traditional approaches, including home sharing arrangements, NORC's and aid sharing.
Appellate Advocacy Tips for the Elder Law Attorney (2009)
Session from 2009 Annual Conference presented by James R. (Jim) Layton, State Solicitor, Office of the Attorney General of Missouri. Session helps increase an Elder Law Attorney's advocacy skills through written legal communication including briefs, pleadings and correspondence.
Aspirational Standards Answers Practical Ethical Questions
Learn to navigate the many difficult ethical issues that often arise when representing elderly individuals and individuals with disabilities including how to; Holistically meet the needs of clients; Identify the client and the individuals who will assist the client at the earliest stage of representation; Avoid conflicts of interest with family members, fiduciaries, and joint or concurrent clients; Preserve client confidentiality in situations involving frequent contacts with family members, caregivers, or other third-party individuals who are not clients; And appropriately protect clients who have diminished capacity who are at risk of substantial harm or who cannot adequately act in their own interest.
Basics of Elder and Special Needs Law Kit (2012)
This workshop is tailored to provide a basic understanding of Elder and Special Needs Law. Presented April 2012 includes the entire eight session workshop covering range of topics including practice anagement, marketing, document drafting, financial planning, VA basics, and Medicaid fundamentals.
Best Apps for Law Practices (2012)
General session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by
Stephen Spano, CELA.
. 1 hour. Self-professed tech-geek, attorney Stephen Spano, will conduct an interactive program on the successful use of the iPad (and to a lesser extent, Android based tablets) in a thriving elder law practice. This interactive program will cover the selection and use of specific applications useful to elder law attorneys, including time tracking, billing, credit card payments, brainstorming, ethics, case law updates, continuing education, productivity, note taking, client communications, due diligence, marketing, seminar development, contact management and much more. This presentation is a "must attend" for those lawyers wishing to "WOW" clients and keep abreast of the cutting edge of technology to enhance and grow their elder law practice. Be sure to bring your iPad. If you have an Android based tablet be sure to bring it as most applications are cross platform.
Choice of Entity After the Tax Reform
In light of last year's tax reform legislation, many small businesses - including law firms - are evaluating their forms of doing business going forward. The significantly lowered corporate tax rate and the new 20% deduction on income from "pass-through" entities are the driving forces behind this wave of reevaluations but other factors also pertain. This session will explore the new tax landscape with a particular focus on its application to small and medium-sized law firms and related business enterprises. Co-presenters are two long-time NAELA members, Professor Richard L. Kaplan, University of Illinois, and Stephen J. Silverberg, founding chair of NAELA's Tax Section.
Contested Guardianships: Trial Techniques (2015)
Focuses on a contested guardianship matter involving competing petitions, powers of attorney and allegations of undue influence. The presenters will illustrate various trial techniques including eliciting testimony from both lay persons and expert witnesses through videotaped segments. In addition, the program will address methods for submitting evidence in the record. Presented by David McGuffey and Catherine Seal
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