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Drafting Tips for Representation/Fee Agreements and Letters (2013)

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Learn best practices in writing letters of engagement/legal services agreements. This session includes examining excellent and deficient sample language in light of the ABA Model Rules, with the goal of improving your skills in drafting agreements, leading to more educated and satisfied clients and enhanced protection from scope of representation-based malpractice threats. You should also leave the session equipped with effective answers when asked about a fee from the client or the bar. Presented by Kathryn Cook DeAngelo, CELA, CAP; Barbara S. Hughes, Fellow, CAP
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Elder Law Ethics (2009)

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Session from 2009 Introduction to Special Needs and Elder Law presented by Charles P. Sabatino, JD. Difficult professional ethical issues arise frequently in providing legal services to elderly clients, especially regarding capacity, identifying the client in the context of a family network, conflicts of interest, and confientiality. Using a series of thought-provoking written vignettes, Mr. Sabatino examines key ethical issues in Elder Law. The NAELA Aspirational Standards for the Practice of Elder Law is also introduced.
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Employee Benefit and Retirement Plans for You and Your Staff

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In this session, we will give you tools to help you design an employee benefit and retirement package for small firms that will be legally compliant and allow your firm to attract and retain qualified staff and compete with larger firms. Presented by: Marilyn Monahan, Esq. and Alison Fay, Esq.
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Ethical Issues In Elder Law (2009)

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Session from November 2009 Public Benefits and Guardianship Institute. Difficult professional ethical issues arise frequently in providing legal services to elderly clients, especially regarding capacity, identifying the client in the context of a family network, conflicts of interest, and confidentiality. Using a series of thought-provoking written vignettes, session examines key ethical issues in Elder Law. The NAELA Aspirational Ethical Standards is also introduced. Presented by Charles Sabatino. 1 hour.
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Ethics of Assessing Capacity (ESSENTIALS PRACTICUM 2016)

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Discusses how to recognize the unique ethical issues that arise when dealing with clients with diminished capacity; identifies the different functional capacities required by law; demonstrates questioning skills to determine legal capacity new ways to maximize capacity. Presented by Edwin M. Boyer and Prof. Roberta K. Flowers
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Ethnic, Racial and GLBT Health Disparities (2011)

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From the National Aging & Law Institute. Examines racial and ethnic health disparities and cultural competency, including how those notions are defined and how they impact the health and health care advocacy needs of older GLBT persons. Of particular relevance are the "Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services" (CLAS Standards) of the Office of Minority Health, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services. Proposed standards and ideas for advocacy practice (legal and otherwise) to address the health needs and concerns of older GLBT racial and ethnic minorities are offered by the presenters. Approx. 75 mins. Presented by Alfred J. Chiplin, Jr., Esq. and Brad Plebani, Esq., Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc.
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Five Major Issues Encountered in Legal Capacity Counseling (2012)

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Addresses the top five challenges facing Elder and Special Needs Law attorneys who deal with capacity determinations needed to identify the client's abilities to engage in various legal activities. Presented by Paul A. Sturgul, CELA, CAP as part of the Advanced Elder Law Review.
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Future Path for Strengthening Legal Services and Elder Rights (2012)

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Although OAA reauthorization remains a work in progress, this session explores implications for legal services/elder rights based on the current political landscape. The goal for this workshop-no matter what the status of reauthorization-is to explore ways to reinvigorate legal services/elder rights advocacy and re-energize advocates. Panelists and colleagues brainstorm on how elder rights advocates can best move forward to ensure strong legal assistance and elder rights systems in the future. Presented by Penelope A. Hommel, M.Sc., Co-Director, The Center for Social Gerontology; Sophie Kasimow, Staff Director, Subcommittee on Primary Health and Aging (Bernie Sanders I-VT); Natalie K. Thomas, Attorney at Law, State Legal Services Developer, Georgia Department of Human Services, Division of Aging Services; Omar R. Valverde, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration on Aging, Office of Elder Rights as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
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Growing and Sustaining a Vibrant Legal Practice

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Learn how to grow and sustain a vibrant legal practice while increasing client satisfaction and care through an innovative approach to planning for aging individuals and individuals with special needs. This session will expose you to the practice of life care planning and will also address practical issues regarding adding support staff, additional attorneys, and a care coordinator.
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Guardianship (2012)

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Presentation provides a survey of guardianship law in the United States covering such topics as: legal incapacity vs. clinical capacity: less restrictive alternatives to guardianships, the trend toward limited guardianships; the adjudication process; the examination process; due process protections; the role of court appointed counsel and; the guardianship process. Presented by Edwin Boyer, Esq. Edwin Boyer, Esq
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