Elder Law Forum 2020:
This highly-regarded forum offers essential and practical material for elder law attorneys and those interested in the practice area. This year's program will feature a two-part examination on the SECURE Act, the future of longterm care, an overview of durable powers of attorney from a financial institution’s perspective and business continuity planning post-pandemic. Don't miss this opportunity to connect with colleagues from across the state and catch up on the latest developments in the arena of elder law.
The program will feature a four-hour live virtual forum, and include two additional exclusive online videos to watch on your own time — before or after the live event.
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Stuart Teicher, Esq. is convinced that the majority of lawyers' time management concerns can be traced to a deeper set of problems. The culprit is often the impact of the “Evil Trilogy” of bad lawyering habits: Procrastination, Distraction and Neglect. In this intriguing course, Stuart teaches lawyers how to conquer these problems and leaves us with an interesting solution to lawyer's time management woes.
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