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Identifying Existing, but Evolving, Issues – and New Remedies – in the Financial Exploitation of Vulnerable Adults

Description

Join the MSBA for an all new presentation of Identifying Existing, but Evolving, Issues  – and New Remedies –  in the Financial Exploitation of Vulnerable Adults on Wednesday, September 20, 2023 at 9 a.m.

The presentation will be a panel discussion that includes a discussion of financial exploitation of vulnerable adults from the perspectives of private practice attorneys, the bench, prosecutors, and a geriatric medical expert.  The panel will have an in-depth discussion of the relatively new Maryland SAFE Act created to provide a substantial civil remedy when Vulnerable Adults are financially exploited, and discuss a few cases that have been filed.  Specimen Pleadings will be made available. Panelists will also discuss existing civil and criminal remedies, and when cases are appropriate for referral to prosecutors and the Attorney General’s office.  

Panelists include:

Adam Spence, Esq., Spence Spier
Robert M. Horne, Esq., The Penater Law Firm, LLC
Lisa Hyle Marts, Esq., Office of the Attorney General
Hon. Charles Bernstein, Baltimore City Orphans’ Court
Stephen J. Nolan, Esq., Smith, Gildea & Schmidt, LLC
Peter Rabins, MD, MPH

 

The MSBA is committed to providing accessibility to its programs, events and services to all potential attendees. If you need accommodations for this event please email cle@msba.org

Course Level
TBD
Professional Area of Focus
Estate and Trust Law
Elder Law
CLE Field of Study
Continuing Education Legal Credit
3.0
Instructor(s)
Rob Horne Adam Spence Charles Bernstein Lisa Marts
Event Information
When
Sep 20, 2023
9:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
Location
Online
Total CLE Credits
3.0
Format
Webinar

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Identifying Existing, but Evolving, Issues – and New Remedies – in the Financial Exploitation of Vulnerable Adults