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Keeping Your Plan Out of Court (2017)
Litigation has and will continue to impact the practices of transactional attorneys. It is essential to understand the evolving nature of trust, estate and elder law litigation not only to preserve the wishes of our clients but to insure that we are not brought in as parties to disputes which arise from interfamily conflicts over the planning which we provide. Presented by: Thomas D. Begley, III, CELA
Latest Changes To The POMS (2018)
Although elder law and special needs practitioners have not traditionally litigated discrimination cases, understanding what this litigation entails can alert these attorneys to what avenue are available for their clients. This session, will explain the basis for discrimination litigation, the evidence needed to succeed in these cases and what elder law attorneys and special needs attorneys should do if they suspect discrimination.
Post Mortem on Litigation for Litigators (2017)
Effective advocacy for the elderly and disabled often entails litigation. The top litigators are those who learn not only from victory but from defeat as well. This session shall enhance the ability of any litigator in representing the best interests of his or her client. Presented by: Janet E. Pecquet, Esq. and Ashley Shannon Burke, Esq., Beckman Weil Shepardson, LLC
The Basics Of Elder Law Advocacy and Litigation (2012)
Produced in partnership with Stetson School of Law, this presentation covers what an Elder Law Attorney needs to know when advocating and litigating for clients. Presented by William J. Browning, CELA.
The Basics Of Elder Law Litigation (2012)
Produced in partnership with Stetson School Of Law, this presentation describes various issues that may require an Elder Law Attorney to litigate. Presented by Shirley Berger Whitenack, Esq., CAP.
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