The 2020 IICLE® Special Needs Institute offers direct instruction from seasoned special needs law practitioners, practical takeaways, and special insights from government officials regarding how they review special needs trusts.
Learn how to prosecute and defend construction defect claims. From preserving claims and defenses during the investigation and repair of construction defects, to the disclosure and presentation of expert opinions, this course addresses the differences between correction and warranty obligations under typical construction contracts and between ongoing and completed operations claims. Express warranties, implied warranties, damages, defenses, and the impact of various waivers and limitation defenses upon latent and patent defects are also reviewed.
The authors of the IICLE® Construction Dispute Litigation handbook (2018 edition) instruct on their best advice for resolving disputes involving the multitude of participants and issues in the construction process. Using a complex hypothetical, this course centers on issues unique to construction litigation, including acceleration and delay, commercial defects, disruption/loss of productivity, and construction accidents. In addition, you will learn key strategies for handling insurance issues and special defenses, working with experts/consultants, and recovering damages.
Learn about the basics of SSI, SSDI, Medicare, Medicaid, and waiver programs, and how to best protect your clients’ benefits, during this interactive session. What questions do you need to ask at intake to determine who can qualify for benefits? Who qualifies and what is the application process like for medical/ physical disabilities? Intellectual/ developmental disabilities? Mental illness? What happens if SSI/SSDI applications are denied? How do you apply for AABD (traditional Medicaid)? ACA (Obama Care Medicaid)? HBWD (Medicaid Buy In)?