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2021 Attorney Online Fall Training Series

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2021 Attorney Online Fall Training Series, all three webinars.

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PLEASE NOTE THAT WHEN YOU PURCHASE THIS TICKET OPTION AFTER SOME OF THE LIVE WEBINARS HAVE AIRED, YOU ARE PURCHASING ACCESS TO THE RECORDINGS OF THE EARLIER WEBINARS.

All webinars are scheduled Wednesdays, from 12:00pm to 1:30pm.

All webinars qualify for one and a half hour of MCLE credits

Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Medi-Cal Updates and the Future of Estate Planning for Long Term Care

This training will discuss Medi-Cal updates including the lifting of the Public Health Emergency (PHE), Medi-Cal Older Adult Expansion and the elimination of the Medi-Cal asset limit. The session will also include an in-depth look at how these changes will affect estate planning for long term care and Medi-Cal Recovery.

Presenters: Pauline Shatara, M.A., CANHR Deputy Director & Peter Stern, Esq.

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

The Role of Counsel for a Conservatee

Has conservatorship practice ever been more exciting? Netflix movies, #FreeBritney, and Congressional hearings have everyone asking what can be done to improve the conservatorship system. In this webinar, we will examine the proper role of conservatee attorneys in making sure the system provides justice for their clients. We will cover defense attorney requirements after AB 1194 was signed into law, concerns about how temporary conservatorships intersect with conservatee’s rights, attacking capacity determinations, and pushing for least restrictive alternatives.

Presenters: Tony Chicotel, Esq., Senior Staff Attorney & Lisa MacCarley, Esq., Glendale, CA

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Elder Financial Abuse Litigation: A Panel of Experts

This session provides a panel of experienced elder financial abuse litigators to discuss critical updates; practice tips and best practices in pursuing elder financial abuse cases. A “how-to” approach to financial elder abuse litigation, with sample cases and an opportunity to discuss settlement and trial strategies with some of the experts.

Presenters: Kirsten Fish, Esq., Needham Kepner & Fish LLP, Frank Fox, Esq., Majors and Fox, San Diego; Patrick Nakao, Esq., Berkeley, CA; Sil Vossler, Esq., the Vossler Law Firm & Deena Zacharin , Esq., Stebner & Associates

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