Elder Law Section Meeting (SEL201215)

December 15, 2020

5:30 PM to 7:15 PM (Eastern Standard Time)

Zoom Video Meeting

United States

64 people have already registered for this event.

  • Jack Reardon
  • Deborah Hadaway
  • Joelen Gates
  • Carolyn Gould
  • Robert Wynne
  • Paula Boa Sousa
  • Jennifer Hauhuth
  • James Hughes
  • Thomas Drew
  • Robert Santoro
  • Laurel Mangan
  • Donna Levine
  • Anna Zubkova
  • Katherine Caulfield
  • Damon Kirschbaum
  • Halley Allaire
  • Mary Lancaster
  • Beverly Streit-Kefalas
  • D. Jeanne Messick
  • Scott Rosenberg
  • Rebecca Hajosy
  • Michelle Beltrano
  • Helen Bennet
  • Barry Knott
  • Julia Morris Paul
  • Amy Todisco
  • Deborah Weider-Hatfield
  • Lara Stauning
  • Brian F. Cunningham
  • Salvatore Ritacco
  • Brian Cantor
  • Paul Knierim
  • Whitney Lewendon
  • Amy Orlando
  • Joan Wilson
  • Kathleen Hayes
  • Joel Muhlbaum
  • Patricia Bowen
  • Frank May
  • Renee Schwartz
  • George Coppolo
  • Rhoda Micocci
  • Joan M Emmet
  • Ann Fowler-Cruz
  • Orlando Cordero
  • Stephen Allaire
  • James Young
  • Christine Gonillo
  • Walter Twachtman
  • Julia Brown
  • Nancy Tonucci
  • Sharon Rosen
  • Valdis Vinkels
  • Christine Tenore
  • Linda Eliovson
  • Leann Blakely
  • Wade Jensen
  • Steven Rubin
  • Francis Doherty
  • Lynda Arnold
  • Lisa Davis
  • Daniel King
  • Nicholas Zebb
  • Marilyn Toland

The Year in Review: Recent Developments in Contested Elder Law


Carmine Perri
Principal, Czepiga Daly Pope & Perri

Scott D. Rosenberg
Law Office of Scott D. Rosenberg

Program Topics

Notable Decisions in the Probate and Superior Courts – Carmine Perri
Trends and Insights in DSS Fair Hearing Decisions – Scott Rosenberg

Program Description

While much of elder law is transactional in nature, it is important for the well-rounded practitioner to be aware of trends and outcomes when cases impacting seniors get litigated, in such diverse areas as estates and trusts, conservatorships, Medicaid appeals, and nursing home litigation. This program offers a 2020 update in brief, first with a case study of probate and superior court decisions with elder law implications, and second with a review of trends at DSS fair hearings and strategic insights gleaned from assessing the 700+ long term care decisions published by DSS to date.

CLE Credit

1.0 CT Credit | 0.0 NY Credit


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