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Social Media and Your Cases

This presentation covers the use of social media, adding social media & internet-based data to cases, authentication of evidence, and more.

Why Grandma Isn’t Getting Her 100 Days of Medicare

This presentation covers case studies, payment models, hospitalization, nursing homes, and more.

Advocating for Survivors of Domestic Violence

Learn how to be an advocate for survivors of domestic violence. Survivors of abuse may have special needs and concerns while working their way through the legal system. Without an advocate who understands these needs, they may not feel safe turning to the court for help and the cycle of abuse will continue. After this session, attendees will better understand how to help domestic violence survivors navigate through the court setting.

Elder Care Attorney: First and Last Line of Defense

Many individuals believe that when they sign Advance Directive and Health Care Surrogate forms, they have taken care of their future medical preferences. In fact, many medical, institutional, and practical obstacles can affect the impact of these documents, based on religious objections, denials of patients’ rights to refuse medical care, and lack of knowledge of how decisions impact a patient’s quality of life. Learn how you can help your clients address these issues and how to advise clients seeking autonomy as they face end-of-life issues.

Long-Term Care Insurance: Understanding the Contract and Avoiding Denials

As Baby Boomers age, attorneys are encountering more long-term care policies. In this informative program, you will be better prepared to advise clients about long-term care insurance contracts as you learn:
- the main components of a long-term care contract, including key benefit features;
- how to navigate the document-intensive claims process;
- common pitfalls that result in denial of claims;
- strategies and resources for clients and families managing a claim.

Elder Law from a Financial Perspective

This course highlights some of the common scenarios banks encounter when dealing with elderly customers, their family, and their agents. Having a knowledge of what banks require and why they act as they do lessens the frustrations everyone feels when dealing with the sensitive subject of money.

Digital Forensics 101

This program offers an introduction to digital forensics and features the most common ways to locate, preserve, and analyze ESI (electronically stored information) to support litigation. Through use cases and case studies, learn about how to find data that originates or is stored in multiple locations, how data can be used in ways you may not have considered, and how to avoid pitfalls throughout the litigation lifecycle.