Anthony B. Ferraro Presents Online Elder Law Webinar Series
Join Attorney Anthony B. Ferraro in the upcoming Elder Law webinars hosted by District 128 Community Education. Wills and Trusts Live Online Date: September 14, 2021 Time: 6:00pm-7:00pm Description: Learn the similarities and differences between wills and trusts, different types….
Dementia, Alzheimer’s, and Diminished Mental Capacity: How it Affects Your Patient, Resident, Client, or Loved One on the Long-Term Care Journey
By Anthony B. Ferraro Navigating the Long-Term Care Journey–#2 in a Series In the previous installment we mentioned how important it is to begin senior estate planning or traditional estate planning with the execution of powers of attorney for both….
Revise Your Powers of Attorney Before Long-Term Care
By Anthony B. Ferraro 69-70% of people in the United States are expected to require assistance with some type of long-term care. Do you have powers of attorney in place? I know it sounds simplistic, and we have all heard….
If the Dress Fits, You Must Acquit
By Julia Jensen Smolka I love trial work. It’s why I became a lawyer. However, 90-95% of cases are settled before trial. It makes sense because trials are expensive and the outcomes are uncertain. I typically try to settle my….
Summer 2021 Newsletter
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Revisiting the COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement
By Karuna S Brunk As businesses reopen and return to pre-pandemic conditions, employers have lingering questions related to COVID-19, including concerns about programs requiring or incentivizing the COVID-19 vaccine in the workplace. On May 28, 2021, the EEOC released revised….