2018 Elder Law Conference: Hot Topics to Better Your Practice (3.25 General, 1.0 Legal Ethics Participatory Credit)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


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The 2018 Elder Law Conference is one you won’t want to miss. Stay up to date on the latest in Elder law, and receive a full day of CLE including ethics credits. Hear from our panel of experts as they dive into both physical and financial elder abuse, ethical practices, and elder advocacy.

Joel Bryant, Esq.
Attorney - Green Bryant & French, LLP
Joel Bryant is a trial lawyer with more than 27 years of legal experience and is a founding partner of Green Bryant & French, LLP, with offices in San Diego and Riverside County. Joel is recognized as one of San Diego’s top litigation attorneys...More
Merrianne E. Dean, Esq.
Attorney - The Dean Law Group, APLC
Merrianne E. Dean has more than two decades of courtroom experience litigating probate and trust disputes, financial elder abuse matters, conservatorships and other disputed matters in probate court. She also serves as a court appointed attorney...More
Paul Greenwood, Esq.
Retired - San Diego Deputy District Attorney
Paul Greenwood practiced for 39 years prior to retiring this past spring. He was a Deputy District Attorney in San Diego County for 25 years and the head of the Elder Abuse Prosecution Unit from January 1996 to March 2018. In those years he was...More
Philip P. Lindsley, Esq.
Founder - San Diego Elder Law Center
Philip P. Lindsley is a widely recognized elder and special needs law attorney. His practice is limited to Medi-Cal and public benefits planning, special needs planning, “Life Care” planning, asset protection, probate and trust administration, and...More
Damon Mosler, Esq.
Chief of the Economic Crimes Division - San Diego Deputy District Attorney
Damon Mosler has been a San Diego County Deputy District Attorney for over 26 years and is currently the Chief of the Economic Crimes Division. He has served as Chief of both the Narcotics Division (2003-2009) and Special Operations Division...More
Chris Murphy, MS
Executive Director - Consumer Advocates for RCFE Reform
Christine (Chris) Murphy holds a Master of Science degree in Gerontology from San Diego State University (SDSU), a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Arts from CSU Long Beach, and a Master of Science degree in Acquisition Management from West Coast...More
Anne Rudolph, Esq.
Shareholder - Hughes & Pizzuto, APC
Anne M. Rudolph is a shareholder at Hughes & Pizzuto, APC, a boutique firm focused on trust, probate and tax matters. She is a graduate of the University of California at San Diego and received her J.D. with highest honors from the University of...More
Summer Stephan, Esq.
District Attorney - San Diego County
District Attorney Summer Stephan has devoted her life to protecting children and families and giving a voice for justice to the voiceless and most vulnerable. She is a national leader in the fight against sexual exploitation and human trafficking....More
Kimberly Swierenga, Esq.
Kimberly Swierenga Esq./MBA helps elders (65+ years) who have been victimized financially by predatory practices of businesses, financial advisors, insurance agents, banks, title companies, escrow companies, and others in the financial services...More

Originally Published

July 27, 2018

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • 2018 Elder Law Conference: Hot Topics to Better Your Practice - Video 1
  • 2018 Elder Law Conference: Hot Topics to Better Your Practice - Video 2
  • 2018 Elder Law Conference: Hot Topics to Better Your Practice - Paper

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