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Investor Protection: Using Social Influence to Combat Investment Fraud (2012)
This workshop reviews investment fraud research trends, including discussion of a victim profile that shattered stereotypes and forced regulators to rethink how best to equip investors with the tools they need to thwart fraudsters touting investment scams. Also discusses how an investment fraudster's pitch and use of persuasion can leave even the saaviest investor in a psychological haze. Previews a variety of free resources available for teaching consumers to recognize the red flags, as well as how to report and refer tips and cases to regulators. Presented by H. Amos Goodall, CELA; and Gerri Walsh, President, FINRA Investor Education Foundation as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
Outsmarting the Granny Scammers (2018)
Financial exploitation of elderly individuals and persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities is a growing problem in the United States. These situations are exacerbated by the incapacity of a victim. Learn how to utilize guardianship proceedings to terminate abuse and recover assets wrongfully taken from older adults and persons with disabilities.
Protecting and Safeguarding Your Clients (2010)
Session from May 2010 Annual Meeting Orlando, FL. Discussion of the duty of fiducaries to protect and safeguard elderly/disabled persons from abuse, neglect and mistreatment in healthcare settings. Presented by Jeffrey Padwa. 1 hour.
Protecting the Public from Predatory Practices (2016)
Recognize factors which lure seniors into predatory arrangements. Understand how to reverse the adverse effects suffered by seniors who fall prey to these practices. Utilize the legal system to curb these practices. Presented by Thomas D. Begley, III, CELA
Stopping Abusive Debt Collectors (2011)
From the National Aging & Law Institute. Abusive debt collections cause substantial suffering and anguish for older people. Substantial protections, attorney fees, and damages are available to protect against such practices, and a large specialized private bar exists to work with you and your clients. This session examines how to protect social security and other exempt funds from garnishment, explains federal benefit offset requirements, addresses nursing home and elder collections and collections against decedent's relatives. Briefly looks at defenses to medical debts, debt buyers, collection suit mills, flat raters, statutes of limitations, debt settlement companies, scam debt collectors targeting the elderly, robocalling and robosigning. Approx. 75 mins. Presented by Robert J. Hobbs, Deputy Director, National Consumer Law Center; Joanne Faulkner, Esq. and Julie Nepveu, Esq., AARP Foundation.
The Elder Abuser, A 21st Century Predator (2010)
Session from November 2010 Advanced Fall Institute. Learn how to work with other professionals in a multidisciplinary approach to litigating and combating elder abuse cases. Presented by David Knitter, Dr. Stephen Read and Judge Julie Conger. 1 hour 30 minutes.
The Federal Government’s Efforts to Combat Elder Abuse (2013)
Acting Associate Attorney General Tony West’s discussion of the federal government’s efforts to combat elder abuse.
Understanding Fraud Against Older Persons (2010)
Session from May 2010 Annual Meeting Orlando, FL. Fraud against older persons continues to grow each year. Learn how to prevent your clients from becoming victims. Presented by Doug Shadel and Bridget Small. 1 hour.
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