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Advocacy, Public Policy, and Your Practice
Moderated by NAELA Public Policy Co-Chair Morris Klein. Join David Goldfarb, NAELA Senior Public Policy Manager; lobbyist Jennifer Bell, Chamber Hill Strategies; Robert M. Blancato, Executive Director of the Elder Justice Coalition and Chair of the 1995 White House Conference on Aging; and our own Jason A. Frank, CELA, CAP, Fellow, when they provide an up-to-date assessment of the national landscape. They will update us on the latest out of DC, both from Congress and federal agencies. These pundits will also offer their forecast for the likelihood of changes and what is being discussed during this Congressional session. Ever wonder if your phone calls and letters make a difference to your representative? The panel will provide some strategies for advocacy, both within your state and on a national level.
ALJ Hearings: Practical Tips
Taking your practice to the next level? This recorded webinar discusses successfully challenging Medicare SNF and home care denials
Anatomy Of A Small Successful Practice (2011)
Session from May 2011 Annual National Conference Las Vegas. Step-by-step approach to creating a successful small practice. Presented by Leonard Mondschein. 1 hour.
Assessing Client Capacity and Decisions the Client Can Make
Taking your practice to the next level? This recorded webinar discusses the ABA's "Capacity Worksheet for Lawyers" and the issue of the level of client capacity being sufficient or insufficient to proceed with representation (or protective action) in ways that protect the client and the attorney.
Assessing the Latest Public Policy Risks to Your Practice
An up-to-date assessment of the national landscape and the latest out of DC, both from Congress and federal agencies. These pundits will also assess the mid-term election and what that could mean for your practice. Ever wonder if your phone calls and letters make a difference to your representative?
Attracting Clients and Working Smart (2011)
Webinar originally presented 1/11/2011 Learn how to build a million dollar Elder Law practice. Presented by Timothy P. Crawford. 1 hour 14 minutes.
Avoiding The Pitfalls Of The NSC Claim Process (2010)
Session from the November 2010 Advanced Fall Institute San Diego, CA. Understand the importance of incorporating VA non-service connected pension into your law practice. Presented by Karen McIntyre. 1 hour.
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.
Basics of Tax for an Elder Law Practice (2013)
This presentation will include an overview of the tax issues for estates under $5 million and the taxation of trusts. The following topics will be covered: how to plan with decoupling states, avoiding tax planning traps with noncitizens, maximizing the step-up basis, grantor trust v. non-grantor trust, and fiduciary income tax returns. Presented by Yahne Y. Miorini, Esq.
Being a Fiduciary Who Avoids the Court's Wrath
A fiduciary has many obligations. Unfortunately, when things go wrong, fiduciaries often find themselves before courts composed of non-fiduciaries. This session will examine how the actions of a fiduciary are interpreted and reviewed in litigation by the Court and litigation attorneys. Best practices will be recommended to help fiduciaries meet their obligations and avoid the court’s wrath. Presented by Steve Anderson and Aric Burch
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