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Case Law Update 2019

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NAELA past presidents will discuss some of the most significant cases decided in the past year, covering a variety of substantive areas of elder law and special needs planning. Presented by: Edwin M. Boyer, CAP; Howard S. Krooks, CELA, CAP; Professor Rebecca Morgan; Craig Reaves, CELA, CAP; Vincent Russo , CELA, CAP; Shirley Berger Whitenack, CAP
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Case Law Update with Four NAELA Presidents (2012)

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General Session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by Four past NAELA Presidents.. 1 hour. The presenters of this session, NAELA past presidents Vincent Russo, Craig Reaves and Rebecca Morgan, as well as immediate past president Ed Boyer, will discuss some of the most significant cases decided in the past year, covering a variety of substantive areas of elder and special needs law.
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Client as Guardian: Bringing Calm to the Chaos

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Your client has just been appointed guardian, how do you move forward to ensure the Ward’s needs are met despite resistance from the Ward? How do you locate assets, prepare an accurate inventory, and instruct your client on how to prepare an accounting?
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Clifton B. Kruse Ethics Lecture (2012)

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From the National Aging & Law Institute. Each year NAELA hosts this ethics lecture in honor of past member and founder Clifton B. Kruse Jr. The lecture focuses on Elder Law and Special Needs ethics and professionalism. This presentation addresses the ethical issues facing an Elder Law attorney in handling potentially false documents which might otherwise benefit a client. Apprx. 75 mins. Presented by Michael Ross, Esq.
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Clifton B. Kruse, Jr. Ethics Lecture - A Debate on Derivative Client Status as Related to Beneficiaries of SNTs (2015)

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As attorneys specializing in elder law and special needs, we often find ourselves struggling with who is our real client. Additionally, we may believe that we have moral and possibly legal obligations and duties to derivative, non-clients, especially vulnerable elders and persons with special needs. Lecture is in debate format.
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Communicating "Bad News" With Clients (Summit 2016)

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Discusses the kinds of “bad news” that need to be communicated. Learn when an attorney needs to tell the client “I messed up”.Practice effective ways to communicate the news to the client. Draft letters that will communicate accurately and effectively the bad news. Presented by Shirley Berger Whitenack, Esq., CAP
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Communicating With the Disability Community (2010)

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Communicating With the Disability Community, Families and Caretakers from the 2010 NAELA Special Needs Summit presented by David Huggins, Esq. Whether in communicating with caretakers or client/family interviews, effective communication is essential. Enhance your skills and confidence in this lively, hands-on workshop about effective communication with people with disabilities and their families. Practical tips are provided.
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Conflict and Candor for the Elder Law Attorney (2012)

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General session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by Michael Ross.. 1 hour. The lecture focuses on Elder Law and Special Needs ethics and professionalism. Mr. Ross's presentation will address the ethical issues facing an Elder Law attorney in handling conflict and candor in their everyday practice.
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Conflicts of Interest Encountered by Special Needs Attorneys and Trustees (2012)

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Special needs attorneys and their trustee clients face a minefield of ethical decisions. Learn how to deal with these issues and to counsel your trustee clients to recognize ethical conflicts and avoid making the wrong decisions. Presented by David L. McGuffey, CELA, CAP as part of the 2012 Advanced Elder Law Review. David L. McGuffey, CELA, CAP
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Conflicts of Interest Encountered by Special Needs Attorneys and Trustees (2013)

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Special needs attorneys and their trustee clients face a minefield of ethical decisions. Learn how to deal with these issues and to counsel your trustee clients to recognize ethical conflicts and avoid making the wrong decisions. Presented by David L. McGuffey, CELA, CAP
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